More from the Pawtucket Foundation:
Pawtucket and Central Falls are a step closer to having a commuter rail stop on the Providence – Boston MBTA line. Last night, at a public meeting hosted by the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) and the Cities of Pawtucket and Central Falls, officials noted that the station planning was at the mid-point of a lengthy process to establishing the station.
Mayor Donald Grebien, of Pawtucket, kicked off the meeting by pledging strong support for the project from the City. He noted that Pawtucket has been working to re-establish a rail stop for ten years, and while government doesn’t move fast enough, he expects to see the station completed within the next 5 years. The City of Central Falls was represented by Planning Director, Steve Larrick. Larrick noted that Mayor Diossa, also a strong proponent for the station, was in Washington D.C. meeting with Rhode Island’s congressional delegation to discuss a number of projects, foremost, a commuter rail stop.
The meeting was well attended by the public and entertained positive comments and constructive feedback regarding: station access for pedestrians, bikes and RIPTA service, development opportunities, landscaping and connections to the recently announced Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park.[alert type=”muted”] The Pawtucket Times: Pawtucket, CF get first glimpse of planned commuter rail station[/alert]
There is absolutely no need for a Pawtucket/CF train stop. just drive a short distance north and you’re in South Attleboro. Or a few miles south and you’re in Providence.
See you and raise you
There is absolutely no need for a
Pawtucket/CFtrain stop. just drive a short distance north and you’re in South Attleboro. Or a few miles south and you’re in Providence.
even better, just stay put:
There is absolutey no need for a xxxxx xxxx drive
Even better, go full Buddha:
There is absolutely no need.
ProJo: Plans for train station on Pawtucket, Central Falls line are picking up steam