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    Fairmount/Walnut Hill - Fairmount bus route by Rhode Island Public Transit Authority in Boston.

    To assist in passenger guidance the map has key and historical points that facilitate location, to better understand the map has been divided into various viewing parts, which are views near Newport, Providence and Kennedy Plaza; in the metropolitan area on the map shows Providence, Warwick, Pawtucket and surrounding areas; and other state regiments. We went by some apartment developments, then we turned onto Cass Street, which went by the Landmark Medical Center. We turned onto Bernon Street after downtown, and this took us over another Blackstone River crossing, after which we turned onto Front Street. Enjoy and take a ride using the bus see the map of the Rhode Island public transportation system with bus schedule routes. Let's just run through the tiny streets we travelled down for a few seconds at a time:

    Miles on the MBTA: RIPTA: 87 (Fairmount/Walnut Hill)

    What the heck is that supposed to mean? No, we need to refer to the 87 like it really is: We just got the boring ol' regular bus. The 87 essentially runs in a loop on its western end, and luckily, the terminus of the 54 is right at the start of that loop.

    Sam and I got on the bus on Social Street, passing lots of suburban businesses with huge parking lots before merging into Main Street and entering downtown Woonsocket. Like I've said before, it We were about to go over the Blackstone River like the 54, but just before, we turned onto River Street, which ran alongside the river instead. Other than that, there were mostly dense houses along here, at least until an industrial area where we turned onto Fairmount Street.

    It was here that we crossed over the Blackstone River, entering another dense residential area. Is this gloomy because of the weather or the scenery itself? We turned onto 9th Street, which took us to an apartment development. This was the route's "last stop," with the bus making its way onto Memorial Drive and looping around. Luckily, since it runs in a loop in this part of town, we only had to lay over for two minutes before heading back out.

    We retraced our steps as far back as the Blackstone River crossing, but before making it over, we turned onto 2nd Street. Inside the apartment development. We passed a few apartment buildings, but once 2nd Ave crossed a railroad track, we were in an industrial area.

    We turned onto River Street, which went over the Blackstone River, then we headed down the narrow Verry Street, which only ran for a block before we merged onto Harris Ave. I'll bet a lot of passengers get asked where they're going on that section of the route. We turned onto Bernon Street after downtown, and this took us over another Blackstone River crossing, after which we turned onto Front Street.

    We passed an apartment building and a few dense houses, then it was time to head down Court Street over the river again. From there, it was a right onto Clinton Street, which turned into suburban businesses with big parking lots pretty quickly. Soon after passing the terminus of the 54 and our original starting point , we turned onto Cumberland Street.

    Oh look, it's the trolley! See, I wasn't lying! We went by some apartment developments, then we turned onto Cass Street, which went by the Landmark Medical Center. And then from there Let's just run through the tiny streets we travelled down for a few seconds at a time: Some of those dense houses. This got a deviation, of course, and then we returned to the road for just a little bit longer before deviating into the next shopping plaza over, Diamond Hill Plaza.

    That was our final stop! Man, that rain's really coming down! I guess for a circulator, ridership was okay: I'd imagine that's about normal for this one. Woonsocket is definitely a sizeable enough city to deserve a fixed route, and this one does its job alright for being the only local bus within a town.

    Boy, the routing gets pretty crazy at times, huh? Not as bad as other routes in other places, but it's certainly noticeable. Also, the schedule is In the morning, it uses two buses, allowing for alternating headways of 28 and 32 minutes. That might just be one of the most annoying things I've ever seen in my life. I'm not sure why that happens, but it happens. And then, on weekends Some really boring shopping centers. Depressing, hilly, industrial city? Weird, loopy circulator route that somehow still gets a decent amount of people?

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