Should state transportation officials consider a new single-hub plan for buses in Providence that includes retail, indoor parking and apartments?

AN ALTERNATIVE bus hub in Providence on Dorrance Street across from the Garrahy Judicial Complex is gaining traction in the community. / RENDERING COURTESY OF UNION STUDIO ARCHITECTURE AND COMMUNITY DESIGN
State transportation officials have proposed splitting up the main bus depot at Kennedy Plaza across three smaller hubs in downtown Providence. But they’ve delayed holding promised public hearings to respond to community opposition because Gov. Daniel J. McKee has asked the agency to do more study of the proposal. The delay has led to new…

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