George Redman Linear Park on the Washington Bridge set for June opening.
The opening of a new linear park for bikers and walkers on a transformed section of the old Washington Bridge has been delayed until the end of the year, according to the state Department of Transportation.
In the summer of 2012, the Department of Transportation closed the span — along with its narrow and harrowing path for bikers and walkers — to begin the $21.8-million “linear park” project. More than two years later, it’s expected to reopen, largely on schedule, in November.
Beg buttons, walk to school day, Washington Bridge, and more at the Sept. 17th BPAC meeting.
It is that time of year for us to take a look back and What Cheer the good and What Jeer the bad.
RIDOT is prepared to start work on the long awaited Washington Bridge Linear Park. The park is set to be built on remaining sections of the old Washington Bridge and will connect pedestrians and cyclists from Providence’s India Point Park to the East Bay Bike Path in East Providence. As a result of work, the current passage over the bridge …
Art, demolition, people, and more in today’s GC: Photos.