RIDOT breaks ground on Woonsocket segment of Blackstone River Bikeway

FROM LEFT, R.I. Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti; Bob Billington, president and CEO of the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council; Molly Henry, New England coordinator for the East Coast Greenway Alliance; Woonsocket Mayor Lisa Baldelli Hunt; R.I. Department of Environmental Management Director Janet Coit; North Smithfield Town Administrator Gary Ezovksi; Sen. Marc Cote, D-Woonsocket; and Rep. Michael Morin, D-Woonsocket, break ground on a new segment of the Blackstone River Bikeway in Woonsocket, which will connect Cold Spring Park to Meadows Park in North Smithfield. / COURTESY RIDOT
FROM LEFT, R.I. Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti; Bob Billington, president and CEO of the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council; Molly Henry, New England coordinator for the East Coast Greenway Alliance; Woonsocket Mayor Lisa Baldelli Hunt; R.I. Department of Environmental Management Director Janet Coit; North Smithfield Town Administrator Gary Ezovksi; Sen. Marc Cote, D-Woonsocket; and Rep. Michael Morin, D-Woonsocket, break ground on a new segment of the Blackstone River Bikeway in Woonsocket, which will connect Cold Spring Park to Meadows Park in North Smithfield. / COURTESY RIDOT
WOONSOCKET – A new segment of the Blackstone River Bikeway is under construction in Woonsocket, connecting Cold Spring Park to Meadows Park in North Smithfield. The project is being handled by the R.I. Department of Transportation.  The $4.5 million segment is six-tenths of a mile in length. Called segment 8C, the bike path is partially funded…
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