Ljubljana becomes Europe’s ‘green capital,’ jaywalking fines in Nova Scotia, and more in today’s News & Notes.
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.
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.
More than a year after Rhode Island voters overwhelmingly approved a $35-million bond for two new downtown bus hubs, state officials are only now beginning to fill in details of the projects.
Mayor Jorge Elorza today joined local businesses owners and representatives from the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce to kick-off the #ThinkPVD campaign encouraging residents and visitors to “think, shop and buy locally” in the City this holiday season.
‘Bullet trains,’ parking costs, RIDOT, Brown, and more in today’s Local News & Notes.
Miriam Hospital Institutional Master Plan, zoning changes, West River developments, and more considered at the October 20th City Plan Commission Meeting.
The City Plan Commission will be meeting on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at 4:45pm at 444 Westminster Street, First Floor.
The end of walking, federal funds for bikes, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Rendering of proposed parking garage wall along Eddy Street at South Street Landing.
Big thinkers don’t pave farm land for free parking.
South Street Landing project discussions among other items being reviewed at July 21st City Plan Commission Meeting.
RIDOT is still discussing merging the RIPTA park and ride at Routes 2 and 102 with the parking facility at Wickford Junction MBTA station, a mile away.
Developers break ground on Providence surface parking lot
Traffic lights, lane widths, tolls, and more in today’s News & Notes.
The owners of the Old Public Safety Building Memorial Parking Lot™ are seeking a 2-year extension of the non-compliant use at Tuesday’s Zoning Board of Review meeting.
Jane’s Walk is a movement of free, citizen-led walking tours inspired by Jane Jacobs. The walks get people to tell stories about their communities, explore their cities, and connect with neighbours.