Profile: Rhode Island DOT

The Rhode Island Department of Transportation may have the smallest territory to cover of any state DOT, but there’s quite a few transportation facilities packed into that area. The Main Street of the east coast, I-95, carries millions of travelers, both locally and interstate. Amtrak’s busiest line, the Northeast Corridor runs through the state, connecting Connecticut and Massachusetts. In addition there are ports, ferries, a major airport, and commuter buses and trains. Peter Alviti is RIDOT’s director, and he spoke with Transportation Radio about his agency as part of our profile of state DOTs.

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Peter Alviti, Jr. P.E.

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