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With more bus driver applications coming in, RIPTA avoids service cuts

PROVIDENCE – Facing a budget shortfall of $18 million next fiscal year, decreased ridership and the sudden resignation of its CEO, R.I. Public Transit...
PARCEL 35 in Providence's I-195 Redevelopment District is a potential site of the R.I. Public Transit Authority's future mixed-used bus hub. / SCREENSHOT FROM I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT WEBSITE

RIPTA identifies Parcel 35 as possible location for bus hub in...

It’s official: A 2.15-acre lot in Providence’s I-195 Redevelopment District is among the contenders for the R.I. Public Transit Authority's new bus depot to...

RIPTA approves contract for Phase 1 of new transit center

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Public Transit Authority board of directors on Tuesday approved a $16.9 million contract to Next Wave Partners to begin the...

Free bus services underway in southeastern Mass.

NEW BEDFORD – For those who rely on the Southeastern Regional Transit Authority bus route for transportation, the $1.50 fare typically collected per ride...

McKee: I-195 land being considered for RIPTA terminal site 

Does the R.I. Public Transit Authority have a new contender for an improved, centralized bus depot? Gov. Daniel J. McKee certainly thinks so.  State officials...

RIPTA eyes doubling the number of bus shelters 

Bus riders could have new, state-of-the art covered bus stops as the R.I. Public Transit Authority eyes replacing – and adding more – bus...
RENEWED INTEREST: Pawtucket Foundation Executive Director Jan A. Brodie stands in front of the Pawtucket-Central Falls Transit Center, which has been attracting residential and commercial development interest to the area since opening on Jan. 23. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Pawtucket-Central Falls Transit Center seeing heavy traffic, development interest

The long-awaited Pawtucket-Central Falls Transit Center is finally here, and many agree it’s been a success so far. The new transit center – comprised of...
EASY CHARGE: A rendering provided by the R.I. Public Transit Authority shows one of the overhead systems that will enable bus drivers to pull up and charge the bus for five to nine minutes through a connection on the roof. There will be overhead connectors for multiple buses at a $6.7 million charging station to be constructed in Cranston. 
COURTESY R.I. PUBLIC TRANSIT AUTHORITY

$6.7M charging station to boost electric buses

Going electric is about to get a little easier for the R.I. Public Transit Authority. The bus agency is preparing to start construction on a...
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