R.I. seeks $5M federal grant for safer streets

THE RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC TRANSIT AUTHORITY recently applied for $5 million in federal funding to help make streets safer for cities and towns. /PBN PHOTO/
ELIZABETH GRAHAM
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island is asking for $5 million in federal funding to help make streets safer to drive, walk or cycle on. The grant application announced on Tuesday aims to help 29 municipalities develop plans that will reduce roadway fatalities and serious injuries for drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and public transit users. R.I. Public Transit…

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