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Street Stories: Adrienne Keene

Adrienne Keene with her bicycle

Street Stories is an interview series with Providence residents about how they move around the our city by local photographer Brittanny Taylor. Would you like to share your story? Get in touch.  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 …

Street Stories: Court King

Street Stories is an interview series with Providence residents about how they move around the our city by local photographer Brittanny Taylor.  Name, age, any personal identities you feel like sharing, neighborhood where you live, who you live with/care for, the school you go to, type of work you do or hope to do. Court King, 35, Black queer femme. I …

Now Hiring: Join the PSC Street Team!

Overview: The Providence Streets Coalition is seeking Street Team members to talk with people across Providence about transportation projects before and while they are being built. Part-time: 6-10 hrs per week  2-3 positions available ~July 20th – October 30th  Pay: $15/hour You must be 18 or older to apply You must be fluent in at least one language other than …

On Anti-Racism and Safe Streets

Our Coalition was created to bring more safety and choices to Providence streets – but our work must go beyond infrastructure. The brutality of police departments across the country to Black lives, people of color, and protestors makes our streets and public spaces unsafe. As the killings of Black Americans show time after time, not everyone enjoys equal freedom to move on our streets. …

One Week of Providence Slow Streets

The COVID19 pandemic has dramatically changed the routines of people throughout the country, including the ways we move around our communities.  New habits and routines have emerged, shifting the ways we travel, regardless if you drive, take public transportation, ride a bike, or walk to get where you are going. Despite the many new rules and regulations that are shaping our …

ACTION ALERT: Support a safer Mount Pleasant Ave!

The City’s next link in the Urban Trail Network needs our help. This spring, Mount Pleasant Avenue is slated to get curb extensions, speed pillows, and raised crosswalks, as well as a two-way urban trail from Smith St to Chalkstone Ave. In order for the project to be successful and meet the needs of all residents, we need your feedback to show support. We know that …