- Associated Press - Sunday, May 18, 2014

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Mayor Angel Taveras has announced that the city of Providence will again hold several “Cyclovia” events when streets are shut so people can bike, walk, skate and socialize.

The first will be on Broad Street in the Elmwood neighborhood on June 29. The second will take place on Broadway on Federal Hill on July 27. The third will be on Hope Street on the East Side on Sept. 7.

Taveras announced the events after cycling to work on Bike to Work Day, which was Friday. He also announced the installation of bike repair stations at Burnside Park, Roger Williams Park and Riverside Park.


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