on streets built to share.
The Providence Streets Coalition is an alliance of 42 community organizations, local businesses, schools, neighborhood associations, and thousands of engaged individuals advocating for people-friendly streets in Providence. We support providing safer streets, more transportation choices, and policies that advance mobility justice to improve safety, equity, sustainability, prosperity, health, and quality-of-life in our city and region.
We believe in constructing streets in a way that lets all people move safely and easily no matter how they travel – whether driving, walking, biking, taking buses, scooting, skating, and/or using mobility-assistance devices.
More mobility choices and people-centered roads will result in less traffic congestion and air pollution, fewer crashes, and a more healthy and just city. There’s peace on the road when everyone has a piece of the road.
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Now Hiring: Events Manager
Do you love planning events and bringing people together? Do you have a passion for mobility? Are you looking for a side hustle or part-time job that will bring you deep satisfaction by building relationships and making change in your community? The Providence Streets Coalition Events Manager will play a…
Street Stories: Martin Lynn
Name, age, any personal identities you feel like sharing, neighborhood where you live, who you live with/care for, school you go to, type of work you do or hope to do. Martin Lynn, 35, musician & recent Computer Science Bachelors graduate, East Side of Providence, RI. How do you typically…
Street Stories: Dr. Tan Lu
Name, age, any personal identities you feel like sharing, neighborhood where you live, who you live with/care for, school you go to, type of work you do or hope to do. Tan Lu, 59, originally from Beijing. I live in Cranston, and I live on my own. I’ve worked as…