I sent a question about traffic-light sensors into “Ask RIDOT” a while back and just happened to notice they answered it. The bottom line appears to be: RIDOT does not currently use bicycle detection at signalized intersections. The Department has READ MORE
Years of work has led to the scheduling of a public meeting regarding striping bike lanes onto Blackstone Boulevard. It is imperative that as many bike lane boosters as possible be in attendance to show the City that the community READ MORE
Not in Providence (yet), but it is happening for a small college in Wisconsin, in an effort to reduce traffic congestion and parking stress. Check it out here! Just imagine what the neighborhoods around Brown and PC would look like…
A small contingent from Bike-To-Brown, Brown Cycling, and other concerned cyclists attended todays State Traffic Commission (STC) meeting. The agenda item we were most interested in was the RIDOT proposal restricting bicycles from the Henderson Bridge roadway during the upcoming READ MORE
The version of the city’s bike plan map currently posted on the planning dept. website is not the final version. This one, however, is.
This morning’s Projo had a letter to the editor from a cyclist who was told he shouldn’t be on the streets, by a police officer. The cyclist was out for a ride on New Year’s day and returned through Providence. READ MORE