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David A. Darlington

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RITBA

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RITBA

1 East Shore Road

Jamestown, Rhode Island,02835

United States

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Location of highway barn site may be a decision left to voters | www.jamestownpress.com | Jamestown Press

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The discussion included public statements for the first time from Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority Chairman David Darlington.
He said councilors could ask as soon as they want about the bridge land, some 6,000 square feet at the site option. Darlington said they did not have to wait for RITBA's next regular meeting on May 9 because his colleagues could call a special meeting with 72-hour notice as required by state law. He said his individual opinion is that the RITBA's goal is to cooperate if the town needs some of their land. Darlington also said he thought he had conveyed to town officials that RITBA board members could be expecting a definitive decision about wanting the land, and not that it was going to be part of a run-off. "I know that I don't want to be put in the middle, nor would others," he said about his fellow RITBA officials. "Don't keep us out of it," Darlington said about the location debate. "Besides," Darlington said, "We are looking to get rid of property, but are not in the business of selling land." Darlington also emphasized the land would not be free, as suggested by Council President David Long. Darlington added, although not free, it might be part of some sort of barter or trade arrangement.


Wrongful Death | Hach & Rose, LLP

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Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority chairman David Darlington gave an assurance that work on the Pell and the Mount Hope bridges will be indefinitely postponed until after they have ensured that safety precautions are in effect for the bridges' construction and were already in place during the time of the fatal accident.


The Dan Yorke Show > Weekdays Noon-3pm | Rhode Island Breaking News, RI Politics, Top Stories | Text WPRO to 68255 for mobile news.

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Dan Yorke Show | R.I. Turnpike & Bridge Authority Chairman David Darlington discusses a protest scheduled about Sakonnet Bridge tolls.
R.I.T.B.A. chairman of the board David Darlington appeared on The Dan Yorke Show on Thursday, August 9th to discuss a scheduled protest about Sakonnet River Bridge tolls to clear up some misconceptions.


www.thewesterlysun.com

RITBA Chairman David Darlington said that, under the plan approved Wednesday, the Sakonnet toll will go up to 50 cents for those with an in-state E-ZPass transponder and to $3.75 for others beginning May 16.
If the Sakonnet increase is blocked, the toll on the Newport Bridge will climb from 83 cents to $1.04 for those with an in-state E-ZPass and from $4 to $5 for others, he said. Darlington said that savings reflected in RITBA's new 10-year plan, also adopted Wednesday, allowed it to lower the Rhode Island E-ZPass rate. He also said the authority renegotiated a contract with a vendor to send bills to those without a transponder based on their license plates, allowing RITBA to drop the $5.25 rate. Darlington added: "It's not lost on us that folks were concerned over the prior rates." Legislators last year set a "placeholder" rate of 10 cents on the Sakonnet - until April 1 - while a commission reviewed transportation infrastructure funding statewide. During a hearing Tuesday night, House Finance Chairman Helio Melo, D-East Providence, referred to the back-and-forth between the General Assembly and RITBA as a "game of chicken." Darlington has told lawmakers that RITBA will have to transfer the Sakonnet and Jamestown bridges back to the state Department of Transportation if an increase on the Sakonnet is not allowed. In a letter to them this week, he said RITBA can't manage its bridges "without an appropriate and reliable revenue stream" for their maintenance.


www.heraldnews.com

It will take up the question of barriers and more stringent speeding enforcement at a later meeting, according to RITBA Chairman David Darlington.


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