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I-195 panel votes to allow RIPTA to assess Parcel 35 for...

PROVIDENCE – The I-195 Redevelopment District Commission voted Monday evening to allow the R.I. Public Transit Authority to assess the possibility of relocating its...

RIPTA selects construction and design partner for Providence bus hub

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Public Transit Authority has selected a construction and design partner to move forward on its planned downtown bus hub. RIPTA's board...
THE RHODE ISLAND Public Transit Authority has received $13.5 million in federal grants to expand both its service and hybrid electric fleet.  / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO

RIPTA gets $13.5M in federal grants to expand service, hybrid electric...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority has received $13.5 million in federal grants to expand both its service and hybrid electric fleet,...

Analysis: Electric vehicle transition will drain $217M from state coffers by...

The road to electric vehicles is paved with price tags: to build charging stations, offer rebates, not to mention a precipitous decline in the...

RIPTA’s No Fare Pilot Program extended 6 months

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Public Transit Authority's No Fare Pilot Program has been extended until September.  The transportation agency’s board of directors approved the six-month...
AMPED UP: Zachary Cobb, left, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence vice president of services, and Steven Ilmrud, vice president of operations, demonstrate one of the charging stations at the North Kingstown company that are part of the company’s ambitious plans to offset the emissions it produces with renewable energy or credits by 2030. 
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

LOST IN EMISSIONS: Businesses befuddled by state’s net-zero goals

So far, the 10 electric vehicle charging stations tucked away in the corner of the 200-space parking lot at Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Inc. haven’t...

Providence, RIPTA to ramp up downtown law enforcement

PROVIDENCE- The city and the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority announced a plan to reallocate $100,000 initially slated for private security toward increasing police...

R.I. awarded another $55.9M in federal infrastructure funds

PROVIDENCE – The state will receive an additional $55.9 million in federal funding for public transportation, members of the R.I. congressional delegation announced Wednesday. The...

RIPTA’s not the only public agency feeling effects of labor shortage

Like many companies in the private sector, some state agencies and municipalities are struggling to fill positions amid a severe labor shortage. The R.I. Public...

RIPTA launches fare-free pilot program on R-Line

PROVIDENCE – Public transit riders can now ride one of Rhode Island's most popular bus routes free for one year. R.I. Public Transit Authority on...
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