Heavy traffic delays are expected for Providence drivers this weekend.
The 56-hour closure of a portion of I-95 North will detour drivers and cause delays in South County.
Construction work on North and South Main Streets is slated to begin on Sept. 11.
An Eyewitness News crew on scene learned the crash happened in the area of 150 Danielson Pike and there was a report of one serious injury.
The toll for state residents will increase from 83 cents to $4 if their transponders are not properly mounted.
Crews removed temporary barriers on I-195 East early Monday morning.
Drivers should expect some lane closures as crews remove the temporary barrier and restripe the roadway.
The 16-axle truck and its cargo is now sitting in a Park & Ride lot.
Should the law pass, drivers who hold their phone up to their ear while driving would face a $100 fine.
The agency says work on the bridge, which connects Bristol to Aquidneck Island, will be finished in time for Bristol’s oldest-in-the-nation …
The closure is part of a two-year construction project.
This is the same as the national average and the same as the average price a year ago at this time in Rhode Island.
Proposals for how the state might use self-driving vehicles are due to RIDOT in July.
Rathbun said the Nitro then struck a Hyundai Tucson – which ended up spinning around and flipping over on its roof.
During rush hour, the Newport Pell Bridge continues to be congested.
In past years, parking lots have become dance floors, and streets have turned into pedestrian avenues.
The new traffic pattern on I-195 West will now go into effect starting Thursday night.
From Tuesday, May 30, until Thursday, June 29, the bridge will be cut down to one lane in each direction around the clock.
If you’re planning to hit the road this weekend, travel experts recommend giving yourself plenty of travel time.
Rhode Island State Police joins the Click It of Ticket Campaign and will increase numbers of troopers on roads to enforce seat belt laws
RIDOT said these traffic pattern changes are needed as crews replace bridge joints across all travel lanes.
House Republicans and trucking industry leaders say the state won’t get enough bang for its buck from the infrastructure plan.
It would affect driving on Interstate 95 and any other multilane highways accessed by on-ramps and off-ramps.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Rep. Jim Langevin announced bills that would help bring cash to bridge-improving efforts at the federal level.
Portsmouth police said a contractor digging near 2525 East Main Road ruptured a gas line around 10 a.m. According to police.