RIDOT hosted a public workshop on May 20 to outline two projects aimed at improving safety and traffic flow on Kingstown Road in Wakefield. Click here to review plans shown at the meeting.
Reduced commuting time to Providence attributed to the Iway project was the subject of a Channel 12 story that aired on May 6. Click here to view it.
Attended a meeting about a RIDOT project recently? Get more information and access to maps, presentations and other information.
RIDOT and the Rhode Island Legislative Black and Latino Caucus are seeking proposals from community-based organizations for seat belt education campaigns. The Department is making $1 million available over a four-year period for programs that increase seat belt usage, including proper usage of child seats. Click here to learn more.
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Board of Directors has elected RIDOT Director Michael P. Lewis to serve as the association's president. Read more here and watch a video on his priorities.
To report a pothole or other urgent problem, please call the TMC/Maintenance Dispatch line at 401-222-2378. For all other issues, please contact RIDOT's Customer Service office by e-mail or call 401-222-2450 during weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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RIDOT is seeking proposals from community-based organizations for seat belt education campaigns. The Department is making $1 million available over a four-year period for programs that increase seat belt usage, including proper usage of child seats. Click here to learn more.
Governor Lincoln D. Chafee on October 1 signed Rhode Island's 2012 Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP). The plan is a blueprint for moving Toward Zero Deaths, a national effort to cut traffic fatalities and serious injuries in half by 2030. Watch a video on TZD that premiered at the SHSP signing event.
RIDOT and the Rhode Island Attorney General's Office have teamed up to bring AT&T's "Txtng & Drivng ... It Can Wait" awareness campaign to high schools throughout Rhode Island this year. Click here to watch the compelling 10-minute video being shown as part of this program.
RIDOT is proud to introduce Resonate, a series of new initiatives that marks the Department's commitment to the community and the men and women who dedicate themselves to provide the best transportation system possible for Rhode Islanders.
RIDOT is working to implement the best ideas from SHRP 2, an effort to address some of the most pressing needs related to the nationís highway system.
Spring has arrived, but Rhode Island can still experience winter storms into April. Click here to view RIDOT's winter driving website and remember to take it slow in ice and snow.
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