Should Kennedy Plaza be part of a new plan for multiple bus hubs in downtown Providence?

R.I. PUBLIC TRANSIT AUTHORITY CEO Scott Avedisian stands at a bus stop at Kennedy Plaza in downtown Providence. Should buses continue to stop in that part of the city? / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
The R.I. Department of Transportation's plan to create multiple bus hubs in downtown Providence would reduce bus berths in Kennedy Plaza from 12 to four. This would significantly reduce congestion there. But The Providence Foundation says even four berths are too many, if the goal is to count the plaza among the nation’s great public…

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