Author : All posts by Kathleen

27

Jan

A Call to Action

Update: RIDOT has withdrawn the amendment. Original post continues below. Are you outraged about the proposal to steal money away from bicycle and pedestrian projects? Here’s what you can do: Read the proposed amendment. It is a long slog, but READ MORE

22

Jan

We at the Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition are dismayed the to read about the lawsuit filed by a group of downtown property owners against the City over the Kennedy Plaza redesign. In particular, we object to the lawsuit’s contention that READ MORE

07

Sep

The Candidates Answer–Les Papp

Les Papp Providence City Council Candidate Ward 13 RIBike: Active transportation, such as bicycling and walking and safe bike-pedestrian infrastructure, enhances quality of life and addresses issues such as affordability, equity, access, health, climate change and the safety of our READ MORE

07

Sep

The Candidates Answer–Kobi Dennis

Kobi Dennis Providence Mayoral Candidate RIBike: Active transportation, such as bicycling and walking and safe bike-pedestrian infrastructure, enhances quality of life and addresses issues such as affordability, equity, access, health, climate change and the safety of our streets. It also READ MORE

07

Sep

The Candidates Answer–Carlos Diaz

Carlos Diaz Providence City Council Candidate Ward 8 RIBike: Active transportation, such as bicycling and walking and safe bike-pedestrian infrastructure, enhances quality of life and addresses issues such as affordability, equity, access, health, climate change and the safety of our streets. It READ MORE