Downtown Design Review Committee Meeting – Monday, February 8, 2016 – 4:45 PM
President Barack Obama is about to unveil an ambitious plan for a “21st century clean transportation system.” And he hopes to fund it with a tax on oil.
These are working class and middle class neighborhoods with walkable bones, and the highway goes against its name and disconnects them from one another, ensuring more driving.
Olneyville before the construction of the 6/10 Connector In the report released Jan. 22, VHB estimated that between 7,000 and 9,000 people use mass transit to reach downtown Providence from an area south and west of the city and could utilize a 6-10 transit line. The higher end of the estimate, 9,193, came from adding […]
Brown made a commitment to be a steward of the East Side, if they intend to continue enjoying this status with the city, they should not make a habit of destroying its urban integrity.
Baltimore-based Wexford Science and Technology and real estate developer CV Properties have signed a purchase and sale agreement for two parcels of land and plan to develop a three-phase project on the vacant former highway land with research and development space, offices, hotel and residential space and other attractions.
The Providence Preservation Society has announced their 10 Most Endangered Properties list for 2016.
Central Falls Police said they were called to Roosevelt Avenue around 3:05 a.m. Saturday, where they found a 51-year old Pawtucket man in the roadway.
Join the Providence Preservation Society on Wednesday, January 20, 2016, as we welcome guest speaker Adele Chatfield-Taylor, former President and CEO of the American Academy in Rome, to our 2016 Annual Meeting at the Providence Public Library Auditorium.
Although RIPTA still expects to create a bus stop or stops at Garrahy, transit planners don’t envision a “hub” or terminal there and actually see more potential for expansion farther south, near Rhode Island Hospital.
Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Adisory Commission Meeting – January 20, 2016
Brown & CCRI seek expanded parking, multi-family building on Federal Hill, more at Jan. 19 CPC meeting.
Brown University intends to flatten half of a city block near Thayer Street in the College Hill neighborhood to create a commercial parking lot.
Sorry, arbitrarily reducing the speed limit on a roadway designed for high-speed and installing cameras so we can see cars running red-lights and slamming into old ladies will not prevent any crashes.
DRC approves Procaccianti Group plan to demolish the Fogarty Building.
The pair said it became apparent last year by the many pedestrians forced to dodge traffic in the street that sidewalks in those two areas seem to be among the most neglected after snowstorms.
Capital Center Commission to further review plans for Homewood Suites on Parcel 12 at their January 13th meeting.