Offices of the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles are set to reopen for regular business after the agency installed its long-delayed new computer system.
The DMV says it's reopening all its offices today on a walk-in basis, but says people should expect long lines and wait times.
Work to launch the computer system began in May. The work has meant DMV offices had to shut down temporarily, and then required appointments when they reopened.
As of today, people will be allowed to walk in to DMV branches without making an appointment.