Category Archives : Bristol County

20

Sep

RIDOT announces that Hope Street (Route 114) in the Town of Bristol will return to two-way traffic tomorrow, Friday, September 21, 2012. This milestone marks the completion of work accomplished on Hope Street through a $3 million contract with LALRead More

05

Sep

This annual rock festival in Warren returns this Saturday (Sept 8).  The food trucks there to feed the hungry masses will all offer goodies to cyclists (e.g., free jimmies at the Like No Udder soft serve truck).  Just a quarter-mileRead More

31

Aug

For those traveling the EBBP in Riverside.  It’s located between the Lincoln Ave. and Crescent View Ave crossings, right near where Sherman Street dead ends at the bike path with Bell Ave.  This picture is from early July when IRead More

10

Jul

As many have already probably found, or read elsewhere, starting on July 9th, 2012, RIDOT is finally beginning working on the George Washington Bridge connector of the East Bay Bike Path.  This project will widen the barely 3 foot wideRead More

28

Jun

As you may know, RIDOT is about half way through a major sidewalk renovation and parking diet along Hope Street in Bristol.  They current plan is to remove one lane of parking along the downtown stretch, to widen each ofRead More

21

Jun

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Thanks to Discover Warren: Food Trucks on the Waterfront, Warren RI on June 30, 4-7 pm, at Burrs Hill Park. The 7 participating food trucks will have specials for cyclists – just show them your helmet or your East CoastRead More

16

May

Reports are coming in that the fences are down and the bike path is open!  Commuters noted some workers still around, but there were able to enjoy their first Pawtucket Ave. free commute since it was closed.  Fortunately, it isRead More

04

May

UPDATE: Due to rain, the crack sealing has been moved back a few days.  The updated announcement from RIDOT: RIDOT is scheduled to conduct crack sealing operations on the East Bay Bike Path from 7 p.m. on Sunday, May 6,Read More

30

Apr

For those in the East Bay who don’t get a newspaper or those that don’t live  the East Bay, there was a great article about The East Bay Bike Path – 25 Years Later.  Well worth a couple minutes ofRead More

23

Apr

If you’ve come to our monthly meetings or been reading this site for long, you’ve probably noticed that we keep talking about the state’s 4-year transportation planning process which culminates in producing a planning document called the Transportation Improvement Plan(TIP).Read More