Transportation in Warwick PDF Print E-mail

Two major interstate highways run through Warwick while a third, only minutes away, provides convenient access to T.F. Green Airport (PVD) and the soon-to-be opened Intermodal Facility. Upon completion in 2010, the Intermodal Facility will serve MBTA commuter trains traveling between Warwick, Providence and Boston. In addition, there will be a bus hub for local and intercity bus services. With such a unique convergence of air, rail and interstate travel, Warwick truly is the crossroads of Southern New England.

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Traffic Conditions
Traffic Conditions - Through our interactive online resource, review current traffic reports, road conditions, and more.
T.F. Green Airport
T.F. Green Airport - As one of New England's fastest growing airports, T.F. Green is fulfilling its role as the regional airport system's short and medium haul facility for southern New England.
RIPTA
Bus Schedules - The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is a quasi-public, independent authority and operates 3,300 daily trips on 58 statewide fixed bus routes. Review which routes service Warwick here.
Acela Train
Intermodal Update - The highly anticipated Warwick Intermodal Facility is scheduled to open for train service in late 2010. The Intermodal Facility will serve MBTA commuter trains traveling between Warwick, Providence and Boston. Adjacent to the station will be a 6 level parking garage will include approximately 1,800 spaces for rental car operators and 800 for rail commuters. Importantly, it also includes a 1,200-foot, elevated, enclosed, skywalk, with moving sidewalks to help shuttle passengers to and from T.F. Green Airport.
Transwick
TRANSWICK - Any Warwick resident who is 55 years of age or older, disabled, or does not possess any available means of transportation is eligible to participate in the Transwick program.