Author : All posts by Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition

02

Nov

Cycle Tracks 11-2-15

Federal transportation bill On Wednesday & Thursday of this week, the U.S. House of Representatives are going to vote on the transportation bill, including up to three votes to cut eligibility for biking projects! Our congressional delegation has always been wonderful on READ MORE

26

Oct

RIDOT releases RhodeWorks plan

On Friday, RIDOT released its plan for what the Raimondo administration thinks are the priorities for where transportation investment should go in Rhode Island over the next ten years. The Coalition has been following these developments closely, and continues to READ MORE

15

Oct

Come one, come all! The Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition is holding its 2015 Annual Meeting this coming Monday, October 19th, from 6-8pm at 10 Davol Square in Providence, Social Enterprise Greenhouse. We will hear about all the new things happening READ MORE

03

Oct

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03

Oct

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30

Sep

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30

Sep

Tips for bicycling in the rain

Sarah’s tips Sarah Mitchell of Pawtucket is not only a hardcore RIBike volunteer, she also knows things! At Bike to Beer last night, we were talking about bicycling in the rain, and following her initial cheeky advice of “just suck READ MORE

28

Sep

Cycle Tracks – 9-28-15

The official dedication & ribbon-cutting for the George Redman Linear Park was held last Monday, September 21, with many dignitaries present as well as several dozen people on bikes. Rarely to we get so many important Rhode Islanders talking about READ MORE

21

Sep

On his first day of work three months ago, Alex Krogh-Grabbe, Program Director of the Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition, told Governor Raimondo’s staff that the George Redman Linear Park must be completed. Today, the long-delayed project connecting Providence and East READ MORE

14

Sep

Cycle Tracks 9-14-15

Oh hi there. Welcome to Cycle Tracks, RIBike’s now bi-weekly newsletter. It was Labor Day, and we took that opportunity to skip a week and make this email officially every other week. Your overloaded email inbox can thank us by getting READ MORE