On Tuesday, February 7th at 6PM, the City and RIDOT will hold a public information session for the 6-10 Interchange
The City Plan Commission meets January 17th to review plans for Meeting Street School, Moses Brown School, Lenox Avenue, and Atwells at Knight.
Some commentary on the final plans released by the State for the 6/10 Connector rebuild.
Mayor Jorge Elorza today joined local businesses representatives and community members to relaunch Providence’s #ThinkPVD campaign encouraging residents and visitors to “think, shop, and buy locally” in the City this holiday season.
Agenda Roll Call Approval of October Meeting Minutes (For Action) Recommendations for improving Tobey, Ridge, Swiss, and Knight streets north of Broadway– Federal Hill – Ward 13 (For Action) – The BPAC will review their previous recommendations made as part of the discussion of this project at the October 2016 BPAC meeting and issue a set of formal recommendations to …
CPC reviews plans for Holiday Inn Express, new building on Federal Hill, and more at their November 15th meeting.
The Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission meets October 19th at 444 Westminster Street.
The idea of turning the decrepit 6/10 Connector into a surface boulevard is about much more than safety.
The 6-10 Connector is an aging highway that cuts through several Providence neighborhoods and is slated for immediate replacement. Similar to the I-195 relocation, this is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to invest wisely, reconnect neighborhoods, and improve our city.
[RIDOT Director] Alviti said the disruption to commuters that a boulevard would create was unacceptable.
Last night, August 30, over 100 residents, community leaders, business owners, and transportation and planning experts gathered for a public forum at Asa Messer Elementary School on the West Side to discuss the future of the Rt. 6-10 Connector.
Fix your taxes. Fix your commute. Fix the environment. Fix the economy. Fix the 6-10.
The City of Providence is launching a public process to bring community members and decision-makers together to craft a design proposal for the 6-10 Connector, a portion of state highway that runs through numerous Providence neighborhoods including Olneyville, West End, Federal Hill, Silver Lake, Hartford, Valley, and Smith Hill.
As RIDOT learns it did not receive a crucial Federal grant, the City of Providence plans alternate designs for the 6/10 Connector.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) today announced a series of public workshops for the reconstruction of the 6-10 interchange as part of a process to reimagine this important transportation infrastructure.
What I am absolutely sure of is this. If the City approves a drive-thru on Broadway… well, then we have no right calling ourselves a ‘city’ anymore.
Brown & CCRI seek expanded parking, multi-family building on Federal Hill, more at Jan. 19 CPC meeting.
A 74-year-old grandmother was killed by a hit-and-run driver Sunday evening while she was crossing the street with her 31-year-old granddaughter, on Broadway near the intersection with Marshall Street, the police said.