In June, the Providence Department of Planning & Development hosted a demonstration day of the City Walk project on Broad Street. The one-day demonstration tested concepts and gathered community feedback.
The Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority has determined it is feasible to add a path for pedestrians and bicyclists to the Newport, Jamestown-Verrazzano and Mount Hope bridges; the Sakonnet River Bridge already has such a path.
The BPAC will review plans for Kennedy Plaza, an extension of the Fountain Street bike lane, and conceptual plans for Park Street at their November 15th meeting.
Come learn about improvements along San Souci Drive behind Olneyville Square.
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission reviews plans for Bike Facilities Downtown and in the Jewelry District and along the Dean Street Viaduct and Pleasant Valley Parkway at their August 15th meeting.
New Attorney General’s office in Cranston makes it harder for people without cars to access services.
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission reviews Capital Improvement Program Contracts 4 & 5, plans for the Gano Gateway, and pedestrian and bike coordination of the 6/10 Connector Project at their June 20th meeting.
Come out for a temporary demonstration event and celebrate Broad Street! This is a unique opportunity for community members to learn more about City Walk and experience it for a day.
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission will review plans for Capital Improvement Program Contract 1 and Bike Share station locations at their meeting on May 16th.
PBN reports that RIDOT will not finish the Providence River Pedestrian Bridge until the summer of 2019.
Lots of bike and pedestrian projects being reviewed for Olneyville at the April 10th Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission Meeting.
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.
City Walk Public Meeting – April 14, 2018View Post
WJAR reports: Traffic signals, crosswalks and reducing the speed limit are among the safety improvements that will be made to Route 102 in West Greenwich after two pedestrians were recently killed while crossing the busy state road.
By design, cameras can only nab vehicles traveling 11 or more miles per hour above the limit. Yet the expectation that people should almost follow traffic laws — almost! — is just too much to bear.
Police continue to investigate a hit-and-run in Warwick that landed a man in the hospital Wednesday night. According to city police, the pedestrian was crossing Post Road near the Walmart just before 9 p.m. when he was struck by a vehicle traveling southbound, which then drove off. Police said he was not in a crosswalk at the time. The 32-year-old …
City Walk Phase I, King Street mixed-use path, Plainfield Street & Pocasset Avenue intersection in Olneyville on the agenda for the February 21st Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission meeting.
Rescue crews were called to the 400 block of Weeden Street to find two adults, both 33, and two children, aged 4 and 3, who had been struck by a vehicle traveling eastbound, according to Det. Sgt. Timothy Graham. The victims said a white Dodge Caravan with Rhode Island plates hit them and knocked off the vehicle’s passenger side mirror in the process.