Post Tagged with: "RIPTA"

Public Invited to Provide Input On Transportation Needs For State’s Coordinated Transportation Plan

From RIPTA – The Coalition will be reaching out for the Zoom Settings Monday Morning Public Invited To Provide Input On Transportation Needs For State’s Coordinated Transportation Plan Four Virtual Public Meetings to be held April 25 to May 4 The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) and the Rhode[Read More…]

by April 24, 2022

RI Transit Riders: Where Does The Downtown Bus Hub Belong?

Riders Need To Be Heard The fate of the downtown Providence bus hub, which has long anchored Kennedy Plaza, has sparked considerable controversy. Rhode Islanders who ride the bus have been angry and distressed that the hub might be moved to a worse location. But now there’s a chance things[Read More…]

by January 5, 2022

On Heels of Public Complaints, ACLU Demands Answers From RIPTA About Breach Of Personal Health Data

  The ACLU of RI has sent a letter today to the RI Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) demanding answers regarding an August 2021 data breach at the agency that compromised the Social Security numbers and private health care information of thousands of individuals who have no apparent connection to the agency. Specifically, the letter demands to know why the[Read More…]

by December 28, 2021

RIPTA Notifies Passengers of New Federal Extension On Mask Mandate for Public Transportation

Mandate Has Been Extended Through January 18, 2022 The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is advising passengers that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the federal mandate requiring face masks to be worn when using public transportation – including trains and buses. The mandate, which has been in[Read More…]

by August 25, 2021

Amy Joy Glidden CoCordinator RI Transit Riders Joined The Coalition: We Talk Kennedy Square!

Am Amy Joy Glidden – RI Transit Riders Joined The Coalition Talk Radio! We “Talked”: Kennedy Square … That 35 Million Dollar Bond … RIPTer Marrying RIDOT? … Please Open The Damn Bathrooms? And Of Course:  Joseph Paolino, To Whom We Ask The Immortal Question … How Can We Miss[Read More…]

by August 11, 2020