Establishing offenses for harming or killing someone walking, biking, or riding a scooter won’t end road violence in Rhode Island, but it does pave the way for an inclusive future that accounts for EVERYONE using our streets. The Rhode Island READ MORE
Our Advocacy Chair, Barry Schiller, let us know that: The Senate version of a vulnerable road user bill, S625, sponsor Sosnowski, is up for a hearing Tues April 9 before the Judiciary Committee in Room 313 at the “rise” (adjournment) READ MORE
Video produced in conjunction with People for Bikes. It gives a good, non-confrontational look at views from five different pro cyclists about riding a bike on the open road. It’s definitely worth a few minutes of your time to view READ MORE
Thanks to Senator Sosnowski and Representative Tanzi, “vulnerable road user” bills S2214, H7463, have been filed to ensure appropriate consequences when a motorist, not taking due care, kills or injures a bicyclist, pedestrian, wheelchair user, highway worker etc. This time READ MORE
Here we go again. The hearing on S669 (thank you Senator Sosnowski) before the Judiciary Committee is scheduled at the “rise” (adjournment) of the Senate (usually about 4:30pm) on Thursday, May 5 in Room 313. Even if you cannot attend, READ MORE
We ended up with the wrong room number. If you are planning to show up and testify, the correct room number is 205.