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Transportation
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BOSTON – Gov. Charlie D. Baker last week announced an $82.7 million Mass. Bay Transit Authority Winter Resiliency Plan for snow-removal equipment and infrastructure upgrades and operations during harsh weather to improve service reliability. … more
The picture is bleak, as it so often is when the subject is Rhode Island's economic health. The latest study by the Associated General Contractors of U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows the Ocean State ranked No. 49 among the 50 states and … more
Passenger traffic at T.F. Green Airport in April increased seven-tenths of a percentage point to 307,668 passengers, the R.I. Airport Corp. reported Thursday. more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island fell 4 cents from last week and were unchanged in Massachusetts, according to AAA Northeast. more
True to the old saying, March came in like a lion with up to seven inches of snow falling in some parts of Rhode Island Sunday night into Monday morning, prompting more rounds of cancellations and delays. more
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Transportation has begun repairs to the Hamlet Avenue Bridge, which carries Route 122 over the Blackstone River in Woonsocket. The Hamlet Avenue Bridge is classified as structurally deficient, with the … more
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority's board of directors voted to raise the price for weekly and monthly bus passes and require seniors with low incomes and people with disabilities to pay a reduced fare to ride the bus. The $2 … more
The Dash Inc. businesses, Dash Delivery and Dash Bicycle Shop, began with one man, one bike. In 1994, Leo LaBelle filled in as a bicycle messenger at a courier service, for an employee who took the summer off. Once the summer … more
Wanderu, a Boston-based ground travel search engine in North America, expanded its partnership with Peter Pan Bus Lines to increase its Northeast coverage, enabling users to book bus tickets to more than 60 locations in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New York. more
Of the 18 studies generated by the College & University Research Collaborative over the past two years, state leaders cite only a few as having had direct impact on policy decision-making, and there's been no active tracking of their usefulness. The … more
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