Updated February 28 at 8:42pm
Transportation
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It’s almost a cliche at this point – the U.S. needs to spend more on infrastructure. Other countries are running circles around us in the infrastructure department. It’s fashionable to blame this on the Republicans’ scorched-earth tactics against President Barack Obama, and on conservative distrust of government spending in general. And those are certainly factors. Problems with state and local government finances are another issue. more
The proposed transformation of a surface parking lot next to the Garrahy Judicial Complex on Dorrance Street into a seven-level parking garage will cost approximately $43 million, according to a report released Wednesday by a special legislative commission. more
(Updated 11:11 a.m. and 2:15 p.m.) Transportes Aereos de Cabo Verde will begin service from T. F. Green Airport to the Cape Verde Islands starting June 2, officials announced Friday. more
Textron Inc. on Friday completed the acquisition of Beech Holdings LLC, parent company of Witchita, Kan.-based planemaker Beechcraft Corp. Textron’s Cessna business and Beechcraft will form a new segment within the company called Textron Aviation. more
Contrary to conventional wisdom, things may be looking up for the future of Providence’s former Interstate 195 lands. more
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island is now one of 35 states which permit the use of electronic proof of auto-insurance coverage. more
East Bay and Aquidneck Island drivers are inching closer to an upset victory in their fight against tolls on the Sakonnet River Bridge. more
Cheap gasoline prices and increased consumer confidence are driving new interest toward buying bigger, less-fuel-efficient cars. Corey Robertson, sales manager of Metro Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, at … more
WASHINGTON – Rhode Island ranks second in percentage of structurally deficient bridges, with more than one-fifth deemed needing repair, according to the 2013 National Bridge Inventory database released in April by the U.S. Department of Transportation. more
In 2014, the Northeast continued to lose residents for the third consecutive year, but Rhode Island gained approximately the same number of residents as those who moved out, according to United Van Lines’ 38th annual National Movers Study. more
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