I have used the T.F. Green Providence Airport (PVD) on numerous occasions, and found it to be easily (and fully) accessible to me, while traveling with my own power wheelchair. I have never had an issue with gate-checking my wheelchair on departure, or collecting it on arrival in a timely manner. The airport’s assistance staff are well trained and courteous. Accessible restrooms are available throughout the terminals. is fully accessible to the disabled and wheelchair users.
Taxis can be ordered on demand from the airport, with typically short wait times, if any at all. Access to the MBTA Commuter Rail and the RIPTA city bus is available at the airport. The airport’s Commuter Rail train provides service to the downtown Providence Amtrak Station, which is directly across the street from the Rhode Island State House.
RIPTA city bus service is available to/from T.F. Green on route numbers 1, 8, 14 and 20.
For additional information on the accessibility of the PVD airport, visit pvdairport.com.
Should you require a wheelchair at the airport or any other type of assistance, contact your airline directly prior to travel.