Completion of Providence River pedestrian bridge pushed back

THE NEW PROVIDENCE RIVER BRIDGE construction completion, originally scheduled for the fall, has been pushed back until the summer of 2019. / COURTESY INFORM STUDIO
THE NEW PROVIDENCE RIVER BRIDGE construction completion, originally scheduled for the fall, has been pushed back until the summer of 2019. / COURTESY INFORM STUDIO
PROVIDENCE — Walkers and bikers alike will have to wait a while longer to trek across the Providence River via the new pedestrian bridge that will connect Downtown Providence to Fox Point neighborhood. Construction on the new bridge is now estimated to be completed by August 2019, approximately 10 months later than originally scheduled. The…

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