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.
Some commentary on the final plans released by the State for the 6/10 Connector rebuild.
Fix your taxes. Fix your commute. Fix the environment. Fix the economy. Fix the 6-10.
Traffic lights, lane widths, tolls, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Housing, Chattanooga, Baseball, tolls, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Two people were struck on the Point Street Bridge in Providence and two more were struck in separate incidents on Newport Avenue in Pawtucket.
Providence schools closed on Monday, parking bans starts at 12:01am Monday, trash/recycling collection delayed one day.
When one parks one’s vehicle on the sidewalk forcing pedestrians into the street to avoid the vehicle, one has endangered the lives of everyone using that sidewalk, there should be consequences.
The City of Providence today announced upcoming changes to the traffic pattern on Exchange Terrace. Beginning Monday morning, December 22, Exchange Terrace (East Approach to Exchange Street) will be changed to accommodate 2-way traffic. The remainder of Exchange Terrace will allow two-way traffic later in 2015 when improvements to Emmitt Square are completed.
Sidewalk snow, soccer, tech rents in Boston, and more in today’s News & Notes.
No more 12′ lanes, parking driving housing costs, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Parking reforms, millennials in Kansas City, induced demand, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Family Dollar struggles, tax stabilizations, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Biking boom without the infrastructure, parking in Boston, and more in today’s News & Notes.
The Providence Journal reports on enhancements being made to Atwells Avenue for pedestrian safety.
More snow, more parking bans and don’t forget to shovel your sidewalks.
What could we do to permanently fix the Francis/Memorial intersection?
In spite of Providence Zoning rules and Capital Center rules forbidding it, the State is moving ahead with plans to expand a surface parking lot on the State House grounds and building a new surface parking lot adjacent to the State House.