Author : All posts by Kathleen

12

Aug

Would you like to help fight Major Amendment #19 and keep $37 million available for walk and biking projects? Here are the two most important things you can do this week. 1) Contact the Governor Let Governor Raimondo you opposeRead More

12

Aug

Please note the following regarding the Newport bicycle/ pedestrian path Funding for the First Mile Shared Use Path in Newport remains intact. The original TIP project ID 9003 has been retired, but the full $7.2 million for this project hasRead More

01

Aug

Attention RI Bike Nation–we need your help again. Largely because of your action earlier this year, RIDOT withdrew its proposal to cut $27 million from the Transportation Alternatives Program but is now seeking to transfer $37 million away from currentRead More

10

May

Next week is filled with fun bike related events. Here are a few you might want to check out. Saturday 5/11 Portsmouth Farm-to-Farm Ride on a car-free route begins at 10 AM. Sunday 5/12 CycloFemme begins at 10 AM atRead More

01

May

Bike month is finally here! Help us celebrate by joining the fun today at our Kick-off party. Meet us at Mission Electric Bike for a relaxed gathering to talk bikes and riding! There will be music, beer and snacks 5-8Read More

30

Apr

Governor Gina Raimondo has officially proclaimed May 2019 Bike Month in Rhode Island. Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition and other bicycle organizations will be celebrating with social events, group bike rides, and other activities. See a complete list of Bike MonthRead More

27

Jan

Update: RIDOT has withdrawn the amendment.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, butRead 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 thatRead More

07

Sep

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 ourRead More

07

Sep

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 alsoRead More