Is the state moving fast enough to expand public transit and bicycle paths?

PUBLIC TRANSIT and biking advocates say the state isn’t moving fast enough to find funding for a host of long-range projects approved two years ago. Pictured are buses in Kennedy Plaza in Providence. PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
Public transit and biking advocates are pressing state transportation officials to start implementing long-range plans to move away from auto dependency. During a Nov. 17 state Transportation Advisory Committee meeting, several speakers complained that long-range plans approved two years ago to expand public transit and bicycle networks statewide are collecting dust. One plan calls for…

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