Though it was closed in 2011 due to budget cuts, RIDOT has cleaned up and is reopening a rest stop in Richmond.
RITBA says it’s making the change because of safety concerns and unnecessary traffic delays.
Close to 2.2 million of those travelers will be from the New England area.
The price is also 43 cents lower than in-state prices this time last year.
Pinpoint Traffic Reporter Melissa Sardelli reports that both I-195 East and West were shut down for a brief time due to a two-car crash near…
MassDOT says crews will be milling and repaving Route 6 in New Bedford and Fairhaven starting next Monday.
Since its inception last year, the technology has prevented crashes where the systems are installed.
State transportation officials say the new signs, with project details and stop-light symbols, are part of an effort to be more transparent.
RI State Police troopers credit all of the passengers wearing their seat belts for the outcome.
So many of Rhode Island’s bridges need to be repaired — and fast — that the state Department of Transportation is employing an accelerated…
The proposed seven-day-a-week ferries would run from a site on India Point to Newport’s Perotti Park beginning July 1.
The director of RIDOT told his counterparts from around the country Tuesday he’s trying to think different to overhaul his agency.
The Newport Pell Bridge’s high-speed tolling lanes are back open — several days ahead of schedule.
Republicans have warned the state could squander the money spent on gantry construction if RhodeWorks is struck down.
An in-depth look at what you need to know about the project plans, including how they’ll affect drivers, and how much it’ll cost you.
Trooper Thomas L. Clardy, 44, was a married father of six and a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps.
The intersection of I-295 and Diamond Hill Road is flagged as one of the most dangerous in the state.
The Cumberland Town Council has approved the Department of Transportation’s plan to improve safety on Diamond Hill Road.
Cranston police said two people in the car had minor injuries and were both taken to Rhode Island Hospital.
The Department of Transporation revealed Tuesday that 45 people died on Rhode Island roadways in 2015, compared to 67 reported in 2010.
The spending, which would come out of gas tax revenue, covered legal advice, engineering services and public relations.
Providence is among the Rhode Island cities getting ready just in case the storm gets big.
The National Weather Service has issued a Freezing Rain Advisory for our area beginning at 5 p.m. Tuesday until midnight.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that it is speeding up the replacement process of the Pleasant Valley Parkwa…
The changes come as the result of the completion of Phase 3 of the Downtown Providence Traffic Circulation Improvements project.