Over the past year, the City of Providence has been working on its Sustainability Plan. The City has released a draft of that plan and is seeking comment from the public.
Sharrows, the gas tax, complete streets, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Three 360 foot wind turbines approved for the Port of Providence.
Post energy crisis cities, making driving difficult, 20’s Plenty, and more in today’s News & Notes.
A jury finds Maryland liable for the death of a pedestrian due to missing sidewalks, an oil company CEO calls for a $1 gas tax, and interview with Jaime Lerner former mayor of Curitiba, Brazil, and more in today’s News & Notes.
A Lansing, Michigan woman is documenting her walk down every street in that city, The Steel Yard is talking application for spring/summer courses, New York looks to generate energy from their sewage, sidewalk rage, and more in todays News & Notes.
California Drive-Thru Ban and the “Health in All Policies” Approach Baldwin Park, California, home of the country’s first drive-thru, has banned drive-thru construction for nine months in an effort to combat obesity. [The City Fix] RI senators land Pawtucket River bridge money Rhode Island’s senators on Thursday announced a $2.3-million appropriation to help replace the Pawtucket River Bridge, the deteriorated …