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The Climate Issue At Hand Since 2010 and with each passing year, Rhode Island has experienced ever more severe weather events brought on by the effects of climate change. In […]

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RIPTA CCRI-Warwick Transit Center Design and Development Proposal One of the initiatives outlined in the Rhode Island Transit Master Plan focuses on improving connections throughout Rhode Island through a network of mobility […]

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April 2022 Coordinated Plan Listening Sessions RIPTA is working with the statewide Human Services Transportation Coordinating Council to prepare a 2022 update of the Rhode Island Public Transit-Human Services Transportation […]

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RIPTA is conducting a study to determine the feasibility of a potential High Capacity Transit (HCT) corridor running north-to-south from Central Falls to Warwick via Pawtucket, Providence, and Cranston. Based […]

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The Rhode Island Public Transportation Authority (RIPTA) statewide Transit Master Plan identified Mobility on Demand (MOD) as a potential mobility solution for the state. MOD is the ability to leverage […]

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Why is RIPTA proposing service changes? RIPTA often receives feedback from passengers related to the current service in the West Bay area.  We hear how the connections between routes are […]

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The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority  (RIPTA) announced today that it is proud to be part of a collaborative green energy project that allows it to save money on electric costs […]

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Pursuant to authority granted by Rhode Island General Laws §39-18-4.1 and 49 CFR 287.5, RIPTA has set forth Rules of Conduct for Passengers and Patrons. The purpose of the regulation […]

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RIPTA Zero Emissions Vehicle Program. In May 2018 the State of Rhode Island announced that approximately $14.4 million of the state’s Volkswagen settlement funds would be used to take important […]

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