Government & Utilities


Municipal Road & Bridge Revolving Fund

Staff from RIDOT, the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, and the Division of Statewide Planning have reviewed three new project applications received for the Supplemental 2022-2023 Municipal Road and Bridge Revolving Fund, which supports local road and bridge improvements across Rhode Island.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several communities submitted late applications, resulting in the need for a supplemental round. The proposed infrastructure plans have been evaluated and a revised Project Priority List (PPL) has been developed for the 2022-2023 program. Due to the level of available funding, all communities that applied for funding were included on the list and are eligible, subject to the rules and requirements of RIIB.

The Solicitation Letter, Loan Application and Code of Regulation (unchanged) are linked below, along with the revised draft PPL. This posting serves to provide the required 10 business days’ public notice. If you have any additional questions regarding the revised PPL, please direct them to Ferdinand Ihenacho at 401-563-4467 or

REVISED Municipal Road & Bridge Project Priority List 2022/2023

Community Project Name Funding Requested Score Rank
Cranston Knightsville Revitalization $2,000,000 86 1
North Kingstown Post Road Sidewalks $3,400,000 76 2
North Kingstown West Main Street $2,600,000 74 3
East Providence Edmund Street Drainage $275,000 72 4
Pawtucket City Road Paving Program $2,500,000 72 4
North Kingstown Forge Road Dam* $150,000 71 6
North Kingstown Wickford Waterfront $1,715,600 65 7
North Kingstown Walmsley Lane* $75,000 65 7
Cranston Wilbur/Natick $1,000,000 63 9
Providence Sidewalk Repair & Replacement Citywide $3,797,000 61 10
Providence Hurricane Barrier Hydraulics $3,000,000 59 11
TOTAL   $20,512,600    
* Project Includes Design Component Only

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