Steel Yard donates 35 bike racks in 16 cities and towns in Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE-BASED ARTS ORGANIZATION Steel Yard is donating 35 artist-designed bike racks in 16 cities and towns across the state. From left, Alex Ellis, Providence planning technician; Jenny Sparks, public projects client relations manager; Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza; Tim Ferland, public projects director; and Wobberson Torchon, principal of the Providence Career & Technical Academy. /COURTESY STEEL YARD
PROVIDENCE-BASED ARTS ORGANIZATION Steel Yard is donating 35 artist-designed bike racks in 16 cities and towns across the state. From left, Alex Ellis, Providence planning technician; Jenny Sparks, public projects client relations manager; Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza; Tim Ferland, public projects director; and Wobberson Torchon, principal of the Providence Career & Technical Academy. /COURTESY STEEL YARD
PROVIDENCE – On Aug. 24, Providence-based arts organization Steel Yard announced the donation of the first installation of 35 artist-designed bike racks in 16 cities and towns across the state as part of its PeopleForBikes Coalition Community Grant, according to a statement from the company. Locations where Steel Yard bike racks were installed were selected…

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