Tonight in Rhode Island Transportation: the Providence Core Connector Study Public Forum. Simplifying how we get from one place to another and developing collaborative systems that provide easy and affordable transit options requires thoughtful planning and community involvement. Rhode Island is making plans on many fronts in our main urban centers. Go find out what’s […]
“For every eight public dollars spent on transportation, only one goes to public transit; the other seven dollars go to car-related needs.” I finished her book this weekend. It was great. Close your eyes and learn at the same time on Wednesday afternoon: Catherine Lutz, professor and chair of anthropology at Brown, will discuss her
Huh? I get what they’re trying to do. But super-awkward way of explaining it. Newport, RI, May 24, 2008 –(PR.com)– On Friday, May 23, 2008 Perry Kessler, Director of Marketing at the Newport Marriott hotel, in the heart of historic Newport, Rhode Island, announced a summer gas card promotion aimed at fighting tough economic times.
So I don’t know quite how profound this’ll be. But it seems like a step in the right direction: Starting in the next few weeks, Providence will install more than 1,000 signs aimed exclusively at cyclists. The signs will be placed at major intersections and on major city thoroughfares and will direct bikers to major