McKee touts strategy for downtown bus hub project in transportation forum

GROW SMART RHODE ISLAND Executive Director Scott Wolf, top left, spoke with Gov. Daniel J. McKee, top right, and Rhode Island Public Transit Authority CEO Scott Avedisian during a virtual forum on Friday. /SCREENSHOT
PROVIDENCE - Amid recent community debate over bike lanes and bus-hub improvements in the capital city, Gov. Daniel J. McKee is stressing the importance of consensus in improving the state’s transportation system. “If it’s my way or the highway, nothing’s going to happen,” McKee said, speaking as part of a virtual transit forum hosted by…

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  1. The real question is: Who is riding these buses? Every time I see a bus the only person on it is the driver.
    Why don’t we figure out exactly which routes are really being heavily used and what are their peak hours of use and eliminate everything else which is a waste anyway.