Category Archives : Providence County

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

11

Sep

UPDATE: Our friends at the WRWC sent out an update – projects to move forward. Click here to read more. The City of Providence and RIDOT are about to make a deal behind closed doors to redirect funding from twoRead More

08

Nov

by Molly Henry, New England Coordinator of the East Coast Greenway Alliance On November 7th, local and state officials and active transportation advocates gathered in Woonsocket to celebrate the ground breaking for the Blackstone River Bikeway (BRB) segment 8C. TheRead More

17

Sep

Providence PARK(ing) Day is THIS FRIDAY, September 19, 2014. Volunteers are needed to help with the temporary bike lane installation, the first in the state!   PARK(ing) Day Providence invites Providence residents and businesses to temporarily repurpose their on-street or lotRead More

26

Aug

Jorge Elorza (D) elorzaformayor.com @ElorzaForMayor Facebook   1. How do you feel about the current conditions for biking and walking in the city of Providence? Should you become Mayor, what are your top three priorities to improve biking and walkingRead More

26

Aug

Educate yourself on where the candidates stand on bike and pedestrian issues and vote in the primary election on Tuesday, September 9, as well as the general election on Tuesday, November 4.   Bicycling is a healthy, environmentally friendly, andRead More

26

Aug

Chris Young (D) wheretovote.com Facebook   1. How do you feel about the current conditions for biking and walking in the city of Providence? Should you become Mayor, what are your top three priorities to improve biking and walking inRead More

26

Aug

Daniel Harrop (R) harrop.org @DanHarrop Facebook   1. How do you feel about the current conditions for biking and walking in the city of Providence? Should you become Mayor, what are your top three priorities to improve biking and walking inRead More

31

Jan

James Kennedy, over on the Transport Providence blog, posted some conceptual re-designs (done by Jonathan Harris) that RIDOT could do during their upcoming re-working of South Main Street.  These two seemed to be best options from a bikecentric view. TheRead More

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.