RIDOTRhode Island Department of Transportation
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The new CRISI grant will help RIDOT undertake a comprehensive review of track and signal improvements that would be required, along with operating costs needed to expand service to T.F.
Another extremely important transportation link was restored when RIDOT, in conjunction with FHWA, rebuilt the Sheridan Street Bridge.
"When we launched this service, we always planned to expand it to other ports of call along beautiful Narragansett Bay," RIDOT Director Peter Alviti, Jr.
RIDOT is making these changes because of a high crash rate along this 6.7-mile corridor.
The free service will be the focus of a research project to help the Department better understand the opportunities and challenges that come with integrating this new technology into RIDOT's transportation planning.
RIDOT will shift traffic to the left and reduce the number of travel lanes from three to two in both directions.
Traditionally, RIDOT welcomes nearly 100 students each Summer to enhance its workforce.
RIDOT will close the left lane on Promenade Street and Providence Place to provide a safe construction zone for the work.
This will allow RIDOT to repair the bridge joints, do some concrete patching on the underside of the bridge, and replace the bridge railing.
RIDOT crews will work diligently to keep the roads clear with our de-icing operations but the sudden drop in temperature will create slippery roads and treacherous driving conditions.
By closing the bridge, RIDOT will be able to safely and quickly complete the initial phase of repairs in about three weeks.
RIDOT initially projected the closures would extend into the summer of 2019, but its contractor MIG Corporation was able to work through the winter of 2017/2018, saving significant time in the schedule.