Maybe we’re getting somewhere. The ProJo reports that repairs — or what they call a “long-delayed fix for the defective railings” will start shortly on the IWay bridge. The project should last through April . . . year t.b.a. The highway’s left lanes were closed
The good news? Your bridge came in on budget and on time. The bad news? Don’t lean against that railing! We can spend all we want on “Beautiful Rhode Island” signs and public relations campaigns but it’s all for naught if the first thing visitors
Roads throughout the city will be fixed if voters approve a $40 million bond on November 6th. The Mayor’s Office is conducting a series of informational meetings to explain the scientific, merit-based process that was used to identify roads for repair. Residents of Providence can
I’d heard the rumors, but am giddy about the evidence. My commute to work, always fastest on bike, is now safer and more dignified.
Contrary to all outward appearances this bridge is still open to traffic. If you slow down and scoot around the right end of the orange barrier you can keep going straight and access the exits that take you to Massasoit Avenue or North Broadway in