[Summit] Free Holiday Parking in Business Districts (now to Jan. 1st) + 6/10 Connector Changes starting this Fri. 30 Nov.

David Kolsky davidjkolsky at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 27 01:16:19 CST 2018


 
 
  
 
As part of the #ThinkPVD campaign, Mayor Elorza announced today that there will be two hours of free parking in designated commercial districts throughout Providence. Shoppers will be offered two-hours free parking every day from 10:00am until 9:00pm beginning Friday, November 23, 2018 through Tuesday, January 1, 2019 in the following commercial districts:
 
·        Atwells Avenue – Bradford Street to Knight Street
 
·        Spruce Street – Dean Street to Acorn Street
 
·        Dean Street – Atwells Avenue to West Exchange Street
 
·        Acorn Street – Spruce Street to Atwells Avenue
 
·        Bradford Street – Atwells Avenue to Jones Street
 
·        Bond Street – Atwells Avenue to Spruce Street
 
·        Broad Street – Public Street to Montgomery Street
 
·        Downtown Providence – bounded by Fountain Street, Memorial Boulevard, Weybosset Street, Empire Street and Friendship Street (from Dyer Street to Dorrance Street)
 
·        Hope Street – Rochambeau Avenue to Blackstone Boulevard
 
·        North Main Street – Thomas Street to Park Row
 
·        Olneyville Square – Route 10 to Sydney Street and Delaine Street to Atwood Street to Magnolia Street
 
·        South Main Street – James Street to Packet Street
 
·        Point Street – From Eddy to East Franklin Street
 
·        Thayer Street – Bowen Street to Waterman Street
 
·        Wayland Square – East Angell Street/Angell Street to Gano Street and Wayland Avenue from Angell Street to Pitman Street
 
·        Wickenden/Ives – Wickenden Street at Benefit Street to Ives Street at Preston Street
 
The holiday parking program is designed to encourage residents and visitors to patronize Providence-based business free of charge for two hours. The two-hour parking limit will be strictly enforced by parking enforcement officers. Cars parked illegally in prohibited areas, including crosswalks and tow zones, will be ticketed during this period, as always.
 
 
 
  
 
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| For Immediate Release
November 26, 2018
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| Charles St. Martin(O): 401-222-1362 x4007(C): 401-641-8934 Charles.StMartin at dot.ri.gov |

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| - TRAFFIC ADVISORY - |


| RIDOT ANNOUNCES NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN CHANGE 
FOR ROUTE 6 AS PART OF 6/10 INTERCHANGE RECONSTRUCTION

Latest in a series of traffic pattern changes this fall scheduled to begin on November 30   |


| The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) today announced that a traffic shift on the 6/10 Interchange that puts Route 6 eastbound and westbound traffic on the westbound side of Route 6 will take place on the evening of Friday, November 30, 2018.

Work will begin at 7:00 p.m. and end at 7:00 a.m., weather permitting.

RIDOT will shift the traffic on Route 6 East to the left just after the Hartford Avenue exit. This move allows for bridge replacement over Hartford Avenue and Plainfield Street.

This change was first announced in early November as part of the overall traffic pattern changes for the first phase of the 6/10 Interchange reconstruction.

RIDOT cautions drivers that as this shift occurs, lanes will narrow from 12 feet to 11 feet which will require reduced speeds. Although no lanes will be closed, the shoulders will be restricted in this area. Minor delays are possible.

This change will remain in place for 12 months. 
Information on the project and recent traffic pattern changes can be found on RIDOT's website at www.ridot.net/610.

The Route 6/10 Interchange project was made possible by RhodeWorks, RIDOT's ongoing commitment to repair structurally deficient bridges and bring Rhode Island's transportation infrastructure into a state of good repair, promote economic development, and create jobs. Learn more at www.ridot.net/RhodeWorks.  |

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