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Rhode Island Highway Advisory Radio
Tune to 1630 AM

Get up to the minute traffic information while driving. There are currently eleven highway advisory radio transmitters along the Rhode Island State Route and interstate network. These are listed below.

Current HAR Broadcasts

Click the antennas to listen and/or read the latest advisory.

Click to listen to this broadcast Cranston At Exit 2 on Route 37
Click to listen to this broadcast Johnston Route 6 west of I-295
Click to listen to this broadcast Lincoln Just north of Route 146 on I-295
Click to listen to this broadcast Narragansett Reach the Beach Initiative
Click to listen to this broadcast Newport At Newport Bridge and Admiral Kalbfus Road
Click to listen to this broadcast North Kingstown Route 4 just north of Route 102
Click to listen to this broadcast Pawtucket Near the MA-RI State Line on I-95
Click to listen to this broadcast Providence At the I-95 and I-195 interchange
Click to listen to this broadcast Richmond At the Welcome Center on I-95
Click to listen to this broadcast South Kingstown Route 1 south of Gilbert Stuart Road
Click to listen to this broadcast Tiverton Route 24 at Exit 5 (Main Rd.)
Click to listen to this broadcast Warwick At Exit 8 on I-95
Click to listen to this broadcast Westerly At the CT-RI State line
Highway Advisory Radio Antenna Locations
Highway Advisory Radio antenna locations Westerly Lincoln Johnston Providence Warwick North Kingstown South Kingstown Tiverton Newport Narragansett Richmond Pawtucket Cranston

Current HAR Highway Signage

When the beacons are NOT flashing, tune into 1630 AM for the latest construction and maintenance information.

When the beacons are flashing, this indicates there is a traffic or weather advisory in effect, or a special advisory which may impede traffic. Tune your radio to 1630 am to hear the advisory.