Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Documentation and photographs of Bridge No. 792 – Adin B. Capron Memorial Bridge in Smithfield.
An Act for Allowing a Lottery of Fifteen Thousand Pounds for building a Bridge over Webster River in Providence, November 29, 1744
Archaeology Series No. 114: 3R Improvements to Route 5 and Slatersville Stone Arch Bridge, North Smithfield, Rhode Island, 2018
Archaeology Series No. 178: Phase I Archaeological Survey: Replacement of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Carolina Bridges, Charlestown and Hopkinton, Rhode Island, 2017
Archaeology Series No. 180: Archaeological Investigations: Chepachet River Park Stormwater Retention Volume I & II, Glocester, Rhode Island, 2018
Archaeology Series No. 183: Phase II Site Examination: Replacement of Adin B. Capron Memorial Bridge No. 792, Smithfield, Rhode Island, 2018
These records consist of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation Historic Resources Archive documentation and photographs for the Big River Bridge No. 34 in West Greenwich, R.I.
Memorandum by Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority With Respect to its Proposed Narragansett Bay Bridge, 1964
Rehabilitation of Wood River Bridge No. 261 and the Holburton Brook Bridge No. 262 Hopkinton and Richmond, R.I., 2017
Documentation and photographs of Bridge No. 261 Wood River Bridge in Hopkinton/Richmond. Documentation and photographs of Bridge No. 262 Holburton Brook Bridge in Hopkinton/Richmond.
Report on Estimated Traffic and Revenue for the Mount Hope Bridge and the Proposed Narragansett Bay Bridge, 1964
This series consists of annual reports filed by the commissioners with the General Assembly.
This series contains photographs, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks created by the Rhode Island Department of Transportation. The include photographs documenting the hurricane that struck Rhode Island in 1938 and the blizzard that struck Rhode Island in 1978. The images show the effects of these storms on various municipalities throughout the state. In addition, there are photographs showing the various Transportation projects throughout the state.
The Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority was created in 1954 by the Rhode Island General Assembly as a corporate body with authority to construct, acquire, maintain and operate bridge projects as defined by law. The collection consists of photographs, news clippings, plan drawings and related ephemera documenting building, opening and maintenance of both the Newport Bridge and the Mount Hope Bridge.