Infrastructure

Westminster Bridge Demolition Starts

Has it ever been harder to get a good night’s sleep what with the grinding of teeth and clenching of fists? Unfortunately, in addition to the insomnia-inducing events of the past week/four years, residents in the West End, Olneyville, and the Valley Street area have been suffering through the nighttime demolition phase of RIDOT’s 6/10 […]

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Neighborhood Greenway Meeting

(8.25) Join the City of Providence Department of Planning and Development for a virtual meeting to learn more about neighborhood greenways (slow, calm residential streets that prioritize people walking and bicycling) and how they fit into the larger Great Streets and Urban Trail Network vision. (Facebook event.) Proposed changes — which may include restriping, shared lane

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RIDOT Plans For Henderson Bridge — Lincoln School

(5.20) Representatives from Providence, East Providence, and RIDOT will be holding a joint public meeting on the proposed changes to the soon-to-be reconstructed Henderson Bridge, tonight at the Lincoln School. (Facebook event.) Come see first-hand the early conceptual designs, ask questions and offer feedback and suggestions. Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza and East Providence Mayor Bob

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6-10 Connector Public Workshop

(8.30) From Greater City Providence (GCP), The City of Providence is launching a public process to bring community members and decision-makers together to craft a design proposal for the 6-10 Connector, a portion of state highway that runs through numerous Providence neighborhoods including Olneyville, West End, Federal Hill, Silver Lake, Hartford, Valley, and Smith Hill.

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Road Paving Bond — Community Forums

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 view the list of planned street improvements in the capital

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