Almost 49 million people are expected to travel 50 miles or more, the most since 2007, because of lower gas prices and an improving economy,…
PVD Pups will be greeting travelers in the terminal, among other amenities.
Veterans Memorial Drive and its extension will now become two-way as part of the renovations to the Apponaug Circulator.
All southbound lanes of I-95 in downtown Providence are now on the newly built bridge, ending the split highway configuration.
Southbound drivers will no longer take the old viaduct bridge as of 6 a.m. Thursday.
Tuesday’s drenching rains forced RIDOT to push back the opening by a few hours.
PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – AAA is projecting that 48.7 Million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home for the Thanksgiving holiday. T…
Images from an Eyewitness News viewer and RIDOT show it appears the truck may have jack-knifed.
DOT Director Peter Alviti Jr. said the renovation project was completed eight months ahead of schedule.
An even newer, even more improved configuration — still with 3 southbound lanes — is coming to I-95 this weekend.
The new system is scheduled to be activated at 10 p.m. on Friday.
The new configuration will move one of the three lanes of the highway to a new bridge.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is hoping the second time is the charm for a lane split on a busy stretch of I-95 in Providenc…
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is celebrating the federal approval of its ten-year transportation plan — only the third stat…
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.