The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission reviews Contracts 1 & 2 of the Capital Improvement Program, possible bike lanes on Douglas Avenue, and plans for Kennedy Plaza at their March 28th meeting.
Agenda Roll Call Approval of October 2017 Meeting Minutes (For Action) “Dean Street/Pleasant Valley Parkway/Oakland Street Corridor Discussion” – Federal Hill, Smith Hill, Valley, Elmhurst – Wards 12 and 13 (For Discussion) — The City seeks comments from the BPAC regarding possible bicycle and pedestrian improvements to the corridor between Atwells Avenue and Eaton Street known as Dean Street, Pleasant …
Agenda Roll Call Approval of September 2017 Meeting Minutes (For Action) Canal Street Improvements – College Hill, Downtown – Ward 12 (For Action) — The Rhode Island Department of Transportation has presented plans to the City for improvements to Canal Street between Smith Street and Washington Street. These plans resulted from the Canal Street Road Safety Assessment previously reviewed by …
Mayor Elorza speaking at ribbon-cutting of Fountain Street bike lane in November 2016 Last week the Providence City Council passed a Resolution calling for, “full traffic impact and economic impact studies prior to deciding whether to construct new bicycle lanes.” Bicycle and transportation advocates, along with the Mayor and at least 5 members of the Council hold that these studies …
Agenda Roll Call Approval of June 2017 Meeting Minutes (For Action) “Olney Street Improvements” – College Hill, Mount Hope – Wards 2 and 3 (For Action) — The City seeks comments from the BPAC regarding preliminary design plans to restripe Olney Street to include bike lanes. In addition to normal BPAC discussion, this will serve as a public hearing regarding …
Agenda Roll Call Approval of February 2017 Meeting Minutes (For Action) Approval of May 2017 Meeting Minutes (For Action) Nomination of Commission Chair (For Action) “Fountain Street Bike Lane Improvements” – Downtown – Ward 1 (For Action) — The City seeks comments from the BPAC regarding potential improvements to the separated bike lane on Fountain Street. Staff will present recommendations …
Some commentary on the final plans released by the State for the 6/10 Connector rebuild.
We cannot expect mass cycling to take root in Rhode Island without our core cities establishing bike routes that are suitable for eight year olds, eighty year olds, and everyone in between.
The end of walking, federal funds for bikes, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Traffic lights, lane widths, tolls, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Protected bike lanes in Boston, mayor’s seek transportation investment, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Armadillo bike lane dividers, smart crosswalks, what is and is not historic, and more in today’s News & Notes.
The next mayor must re-envision our city streets by supporting protected bike lanes. Westminster on the West Side is the first place Providence should start the transformation.
Sharrows, earthquake recovery, our 1960’s infrastructure, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Regular Meeting • 4:00 PM, November 19, 2012 Doorley Building, 444 Westminster Street, 1st Floor • Providence, RI Note: Location is different than last month. Snow Removal/Safety Issues and Regulations and Enforcement (Guest: Peter Gaynor, Providence Emergency Management Agency) Bike Providence Plan Update (Bill DeSantis, VHB) Announcement of/outreach for December 13, 2012 Bike Providence Public Workshop Local Bicycle Regulation Amendments …
We\’re taking a look back at 2011. What Cheering the good and What Jeering the bad.
Broadway bike lanes are almost a reality, can you taste it?
Whatever you do, don’t park your Lexus in the bike lane in Vilnius.
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