Category Archives : Bristol County

28

Oct

Latest update from RIDOT on progress of the George Redman Linear Park upgrades: We’re currently installing the new bridge deck, starting at the East Providence side and working west.  

28

Oct

Many cyclists riding through Barrington are familiar with the White Bridge.  If  you’ve ridden through the area in the last few weeks, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that RIDOT is working on the bridge.   Here is a quick update we received fromRead More

27

Sep

We received an update on the George Redman Linear Park from RIDOT today.  Some highlights: They anticipate having the decking, arches, and columns on the Washington Bridge completely demolished by the end of this month. Concrete placement for the newRead More

16

Sep

The Towns of Warren and Bristol have partnered to study the feasibility of a trail (biking, walking or both) on the National Grid Easement from Child Street in Warren to Tupelo in Bristol.  This path, if found feasible, would offerRead More

23

Apr

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Bike Month is just around the corner and right at the beginning of the festivities is the National Bike to School Day on May 8th! We’d love to hear from our readers, does your local school participate in Bike toRead More

22

Apr

We are pleased to announce that James Toomey, of the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council, worked with the various towns last week to get the majority of detour signs posted.  These signs will guide cyclists trying to find their way aroundRead More

11

Apr

A quick update from James Toomey of the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council on the status of the Washington Bridge detour signs: The authorization letters from the affected cities and RIDOT have all been granted.  The signs have been ordered andRead More

28

Mar

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The Tauton Daily Gazette posted an article with a quick update on the South Coast Bikeway.  Started in 2011, the South Coast Bikeway Committee was formed with a goal of creating a bikeway from the Rhode Island border to CapeRead More

28

Mar

Back on February 21st in a post title “Not enough cyclists killed to count“, we passed along a request to take action in asking Secretary LaHood at USDOT to include bicycles and their users in developing safety goals and performanceRead More

07

Feb

It’s only taken six months, but thanks in a large part to the efforts of James Toomey of the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council, it looks like we are going to be allowed to post a sanctioned detour guiding people aroundRead More