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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Street Stories: Devin Guirales
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. Hello, I am Devin Guirales. I am 31 years old with cerebral palsy. I use a wheelchair and crutches…
Street Stories: THE ZINE!
Friends, Since its founding in late 2019, the Providence Streets Coalition has been building collective power to change our city’s mobility infrastructure. We go so much farther when we go together! But at the same time, we also want to let individual voices shine through. So often, the story of…
Street Stories: Tyson Bottenus
Editor’s note: Tyson Bottenus is the partner of Liza Burkin, lead organizer of the Providence Streets Coalition 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. My name…