Category Archives : Washington County



Hopefully everyone in our biking community is “riding” out the storm okay.  We’ve had a couple of inquiries about the status of the various bike paths around the state and I we should open up the question to the entireRead More



Candidate for U.S. Senate Barry Hinckley has set out to host 7 bicycle rides across the state on Saturdays throughout the summer and fall.  On those rides, he will be out discussing his platform while visiting the 39 municipalities ofRead More



Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 1:30 p.m. 100 MacArthur Boulevard, South Kingstown, RI This item comes from a press release made by RIDOT and the Friends of the South County Bike Path. The Friends of South County’s William C. O’NeillRead More



RIDOT announced this week that another round of video surveying will be conducted on 4 of the state’s bike paths the week of June 6th.  Similar to last years surveying on the East Bay Bike Path, while the path isRead More



USOCF‘s Richard Durishin shows ProJo’s Pam Cotter How to BIKE TO WORK, North Kingstown to Providence Pamela Reinsel Cotter: Bike to work? I finally did it 05/16/2011 01:00 AM EDT I used to be jealous of the folks who gotRead More



Reported on North Kingstown Patch that Quaker Lane will be reduced from 4 lanes to 2 in the section between Ten Rod Road and exit 6 from Route 4.   Charles St. Martin of RIDOT indicates that this will allowRead More



The South County Independent reports that a public hearing is scheduled for Monday, March 28, at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall.  The only item up for discussion will be bike paths on the property. This hearing most likely will beRead More



Abel Collins from the Sierra Club reports that South Kingston is the latest Rhode Island town to pass a Complete Streets resolution.  While the resolution is not binding, it is a step in the right direction and shows the townRead More



From RIDOT: The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has announced that the William C. O’Neill (South County) Bike Path will be expanded.   Starting Monday, August 2, 2010 crews will begin work on the next segment of the path whichRead More