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Changes are necessary as part of Washington Bridge Rehabilitation Project The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) today announced a traffic pattern change for a section of the Washington Bridge, which carries I-195 West from East Providence to Providence. This change will allow for continued rehabilitation of this important structure, which is classified as structurally […]readmore

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RIDOT, State Police Join Local Religious Leaders in Urging Holiday

Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) Director Peter Alviti and Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Rhode Island Department of Public Safety, tuesday joined several of Rhode Island’s inter-denominational religious leaders to launch a new holiday safety initiative called Buckle Up Faithfully. The holiday season is […]readmore

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RIDOT, RISP And R.I. Resource Recovery Join Forces To Reduce

The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) joined with the Rhode Island State Police and the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (Resource Recovery) on a new initiative aimed at reducing roadside litter, particularly on highways and other roads leading to the Rhode Island Central Landfill in Johnston. Roads such as I-295, Route 6, Plainfield Pike […]readmore

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Providence – Governor Gina M. Raimondo joined today with Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) Director Peter Alviti to announce a new road design for the 6/10 Interchange that keeps motorists safe, preserves project budget and timeline, improves regional traffic flow, and helps to reconnect surrounding neighborhoods, creates miles […]readmore

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Upgrading I-95 in Providence

Rhode Island – Work is underway to replace and upgrade Providence viaduct of Interstate 95, one of the busiest areas of the interstate on the East Coast. The Providence Journal reports that there will be a number of planned improvements to the stretch of highway that carries traffic beyond the city center. Plans include expanding […]readmore


RI State Agencies Promote Tick Bite Prevention as First Line

Providence: With the tandem of increased outdoor activities and increased tick populations, the Department of Health (HEALTH) has partnered with other state agencies to urge Rhode Islanders to check for tick bites as the first line of prevention against Lyme disease when enjoying and working outdoors. HEALTH, the Departments of Environmental Management (DEM) and Transportation […]readmore