Posts Tagged ‘bike lanes’

A Flea Market Proposed For Long-Vacant South Philly Lot

A Flea Market Proposed For Long-Vacant South Philly Lot

December 17, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Could a seasonal market be enough to enliven a South Philly lot?, City Council as an obstacle to development, and Philadelphia's cultural exchange with Rome & Reykjavik > more

Cutler On State Transit Funding, Bike Share & The Future

Cutler On State Transit Funding, Bike Share & The Future

October 22, 2013  |  Vantage

In just five years, the Mayor's Office of Transportation and Utilities, under Rina Cutler, has assembled an impressive list of civic accomplishments. But with significant transportation funding in political limbo, SEPTA's fare system still working on "proof of concept," and Bike Share a year from launch, there are challenges ahead. Nathaniel Popkin speaks with Cutler and MOTU chief of staff Andrew Stober about the possibilities > more

Squilla-Bill Calls For Phasing In Of AVI Tax Rates Over Four Years

Squilla-Bill Calls For Phasing In Of AVI Tax Rates Over Four Years

February 28, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Legislation to be introduced that would ease the burden of AVI’s dramatic changes, West Fairmount Avenue likely to get bike lanes this year, a new book explores the history of the unique architecture of Northwest Philly, and the Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center’s Members’ Show set to open this Sunday > more

Developer Open To NLNA's Suggestions For Canal Street North

Developer Open To NLNA’s Suggestions For Canal Street North

December 19, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Canal Street developer gets feedback form community, the Saturday Evening Post to return home, Feibush’s gripe with city’s land grab, PCAPS sees alternative to school closings, Jon Bon Jovi to give Francisville some soul (and affordable housing), and Philly scores well in biking > more

Blumenfeld Plans 126 Apartment Units And Retail At Divine Lorraine

Blumenfeld Plans 126 Apartment Units And Retail At Divine Lorraine

October 3, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The neighborhood is recognized for its legacy of planning, the state's first mixed-use LEED-certified renovation, take aways from the splinced 10th Street bike lane, and a vegan haven by Rittenhouse > more