Traffic through the Apponaug Four Corners Roundabout (Greenwich Ave./Post Road), narrowed Sept. 5 as the first half of stamped concrete crosswalks were poured, will stay that way another week as the second half is poured Sept. 15.
WARWICK, RI — Traffic through the Apponaug Four Corners Roundabout (Greenwich Ave./Post Road) will narrow starting Wednesday, RIDOT reports. The agency advises motorists to expect narrowed lanes in the area for two […]
The RI Department of Transportation’s work on the final elements of the Apponaug Circulator Project continues this week with curbing work at the Apponaug Four Corners roundabout and on Post Road through the village.
Drivers through Apponaug Four Corners (Post Road at Centerville Road and Greenwich Avenue) should be wary of potential lane closures this week at the RIDOT continues work at the center of that roundabout, the agency warns.
With six weeks left till the Apponaug Circulator Project wraps Sept. 8, RIDOT has reminded drivers that Post Road is narrowing to one lane soon, and isn’t meant to be the primary eastern route through the village any longer.
Rick Barton has watched Apponaug Four Corners from the front steps of his Post Road apartment throughout the last two years of work on the $29.9 million Apponaug Circulator Project, and he’s been enjoying himself, he says, with only a few complaints.
Hesitant morning commuters navigated the newly opened roundabout at Greenwich Avenue and Veterans Memorial Drive and the new two-way option up Greenwich Avenue at Apponaug Four Corners, with a few officers monitoring and occasionally directing traffic through the new byways.
Warwick, RI — RIDOT’s $29.9 million Apponaug Circulator Project is a month ahead of schedule and on-budget, with roundabouts shaping up at four major intersections, and two-way traffic scheduled to begin on […]
Mayor Scott Avedisian walked the new Apponaug Four Corners Cumberland Farms at 3335 Post Road with local managers Friday morning, getting a look at the latest business to take advantage of the Apponaug Circulator Project’s promised travel improvements.
The roundabout was an unending spiral traffic purgatory for the Griswolds, but DOT officials say the interchanges are cheaper and safer than intersections, and they’re gradually replacing the state’s major junctions, including Apponaug’s.
Warwick, RI – As the start of DOT’s Apponaug Circulator Project continues on Post Road at the Coyle Street intersection, business owners are making the best of the inconvenience and focused on the promise of better access to their locations.
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