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This Saturday 10-12

Things used to be different: New Haven Blizzard of 1888
A number of voices in Providence have long called for the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and/or the City of Providence to take responsibility for the snow removal on sidewalks crossing I-95. No action has yet been taken. On Saturday morning, our blog, Transport Providence, invites Providence residents to bring their shovels to clear as much snow as possible from these bridges from 10 AM-12 PM. We will start at the Westminster Street bridge, where I saw a man with a walker struggling to safely use the sidewalks.

We are the solution to our own problems.

Please forward far and wide. RSVPs to transportprovidence@gmail.com are greatly appreciated, as we have no way of predicting how many people would attend such an event.

The forecast is cold, so the snow should still be there.

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