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RG 008. Department of Transportation

 Record Group
Identifier: RG 008
The Department of Transportation is responsible for the implementation of both short and long-term transportation improvements for the State of Rhode Island. Included in this effort is the maintenance of over 1,300 miles of roadways, 750 bridges and over 800 traffic signalization systems. The Department is also responsible for maintaining a continuing comprehensive transportation program by coordinating and performing planning functions for all modes of transportation.The mission of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation is to provide a safe, efficient, effective, environmentally, aesthetically and culturally sensitive intermodal transportation network that offers a variety of convenient, cost-effective mobility opportunities for people and the movement of goods supporting economic development and improved quality of life.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

RIDOT Archaeology Series reports

 Series
Identifier: 2018-25
Content Description Three (3) RIDOT Archaeology Series reports by the Public Archaeology Lab including plans.Phase I (C) Archaeological Survey: Transfer of State-Owned Property to the Pawtuxet River Authority, Warwick, Rhode Island (RIDOT Archaeology Series No. 159), 2018.Cemetery Delineation: Archaeological Cemetery Delineation, State Institution Cemetery No. 2, Cranston and Warwick, Rhode Island (RIDOT Archaeology Series No. 158), 2018.Historic Cemetery Relocation: “Laid in...

RIDOT Archaeology Series reports, 2017-2018

 Series — Box 1 Folder 11-17
Identifier: 2018-15
Content Description Seven RIDOT Archaeology Series reports by the Public Archaeology Lab including plans.Seven RIDOT Archaeology Series reports by the Public Archaeology Lab including plans:Archaeological Investigations: Chepachet River Park Stormwater Retention Volume I & II, Glocester, Rhode Island (RIDOT Archaeology Series No. 180), 2018Phase I Archaeology Survey: Repairs to Big River Bridge No. 34, West Greenwich, Rhode Island (RIDOT Archaeology Series No. 182), 2018...