Here are the latest travel advisories and road restrictions from Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) and Rhode Island Turnpike & Bridge Authority (RITBA).

Travel Advisories from RIDOT (Feb. 9 – 15)

Little Compton: Rte. 77 North and South, from Meetinghouse Lane to Windmill Hill Rd., alternating one-way traffic in a moving operation for tree and brush cutting, Mon.-Fri. from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Middletown: Rte. 138A (Aquidneck Ave.) at Green End Ave., alternating lane closures for traffic signal work, Mon.-Fri. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Tiverton: Rte. 179 East and West, from Main Rd. to Stone Church Rd., alternating one-way traffic in a moving operation for drainage work, Mon.-Fri. from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  

Portsmouth/Tiverton: Rte. 24 North and South, from West Main Rd. in Portsmouth to Fish Rd. in Tiverton, lane and shoulder closures in a moving operation for survey work, Mon.-Wed. from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

For statewide travel advisories this week from RIDOT, visit here.

Travel Advisories from RITBA (2/10 – 2/16)

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Newport Claiborne Pell Bridge: There are currently no Lane Closures on the Newport Claiborne Pell Bridge.

Jamestown Verrazzano Bridge: There are currently no Lane Closures on the Jamestown Verrazzano Bridge.

Route 138 Connector: There are currently no Lane Closures on the Route 138 Connector.

Mount Hope Bridge: There are currently no Lane Closures on the Mount Hope Bridge.

Sakonnet River Bridge: There are currently no Lane Closures on the Sakonnet River Bridge

For more travel advisories and construction restrictions from RITBA, visit here.


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