The Providence Streets Coalition is an alliance of community organizations, local businesses, schools, institutions, civic leaders, and engaged individuals advocating for people-friendly streets in Providence. We support providing more transportation options to improve safety, equity, sustainability, prosperity, health, and quality-of-life in our city and region.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us as a Partner or Supporter!
Partners are actively involved in the Coalition and dedicate some of their time, energy, and expertise to ensuring voices in their communities are engaged in the process of getting Providence moving on streets built to share. Email Liza if interested in becoming a partner.
When called upon, Coalition Supporters will be vocal proponents of rebuilding our roads in ways that improve health equity, the local economy, our neighborhoods’ quality of life, the resilience of our local environment, and the safety of all people using the streets. Fill out this form to become a Providence Streets Coalition Supporter.
Want to partner with the Coalition? Email Liza to set up a meeting.
- American Heart Association
- Cityside at the Wheeler School
- Cornish Associates
- Clean Water Action
- Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island
- Downtown Improvement District
- Farm Fresh Rhode Island
- GoProvidence: Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Groundwork Rhode Island
- GrowSmart Rhode Island
- In DownCity
- One Neighborhood Builders
- Partners for Providence Parks
- Providence Foundation
- Providence Neighborhood Planting Program
- RI Transit Riders
- Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition
- Safe on the Road
- Smith Hill Community Development Corporation
- The Steel Yard
- Trinity Square Together
- West Elmwood Housing Development Corporation
- Youth in Action
Want to be a supporter of the Coalition? Fill out this form.
- AAA Northeast
- AARP Rhode Island
- Broadway Bistro
- Congress for the New Urbanism – New England
- DASH Bicycle
- D’Ovidio Law
- DownCity Design
- Downtown Neighborhood Association
- Festival Ballet Providence
- Gotham Greens
- Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island
- Law Office of William J. Conley, Jr.
- Legend Bicycle
- The MET High School
- Mill’s Coffee Roasters
- Mission Electric Bike Shop
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving
- Providence After School Alliance
- Providence Bike Jam (PBJ)
- Providence Community Library
- Providence Preservation Society
- Providence Tour Company
- Rhode Island Associaton of Landscape Architects
- Seekonk Riverbank Revitalization Association
- Southside Community Land Trust
- Tallulah’s Taqueria
- Tapalian Law
- Union Studio Architecture & Community Design
- Urban Greens
- Venture Cafe Providence
- West Broadway Neighborhood Association
- Wild Colonial Tavern
- Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council
Liza Burkin is the lead organizer of the Providence Streets Coalition. Liza is an urban planner, mobility advocate, writer, and gardener. She is also on the organizing team for Providence Bike Jam (PBJ), a social group ride / mobile dance party that happens on the last Friday evening of every month. Get in touch with Liza.
David Aguirre is a member of the PSC Street Team which engages with community members about upcoming street projects on street corners, at farmers markets and festivals, and via door-to-door canvassing. He enjoys repairing old bicycles, making art, and riding around exploring new places by bike. He studies art at Rhode Island College and volunteers at Recycle-a-Bike. His hope is that by bringing attention to people walking, skating, and biking, the neighborhood streets of Providence can become more friendly and safer for everyone on them.
Sid Terrero is a member of the PSC Street Team. He’s a 24-year-old Afro-Latinx, Non-Binary Artist from Providence. He creates music, animations, videos, clothing and events within our local art scene which relies heavily on all methods of transportation. As a resident of PVD, he supports the PVD Great Streets plan and its efforts to improve the infrastructure/quality of our streets. He believes the streets are for the people.
Kenya Fullen is a lifelong Providence resident and member of the PSC Street Team. She’s a passionate community advocate who operates on the belief that those with the strongest support system and resources are the ones who are best able to make through life’s challenges. A graduate of the University of Rhode Island, Kenya is now pursuing a master’s degree in community development from Roger Williams University. Kenya is also the owner of People’s Social Service Consulting, which has a mission of empowering marginalized communities to help improve better quality of life.