Posts Tagged ‘PennDOT’

Mummers Parade Could Be Shortened By 60%

Mummers Parade Could Be Shortened By 60%

August 6, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Parade route to be altered, home for vets up and running, Fairey working on mural on Frankford Ave, ‘round the clock weekend subway service extended, and Spring Garden bridges to be renovated > more

Explaining Philly's Liberian Community

Explaining Philly’s Liberian Community

July 16, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Sociological queries for Liberian Philadelphia, Pipeline now in the local co-working pipeline, de-graffiti-ing as civic-minded urban hobby, and an archaeological exhibit of archifacts unearthed during I-95 work > more

Take A Look At What’s To Come For 19th & Chestnut

Take A Look At What’s To Come For 19th & Chestnut

April 29, 2014  |  Morning Blend

26-stories of density coming to Rittenhouse, Cutler replaces expired $1.1 million grant for Race Street Pier, new owner to renovate N. Broad telecom hub, and a look at next year’s Walnut Lane Bridge project > more

Delays Expected For Pier 68 Park Project

Delays Expected For Pier 68 Park Project

April 4, 2014  |  Morning Blend

DRWC just might have a liability on its hands, the economic sense for and against free municipal parking, half a billion dollars coming to area roads this year, and imagining the sounds of Philadelphia > more

When Good Urbanism Meets Bad Architecture

When Good Urbanism Meets Bad Architecture

February 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Cliche and courage at 16th & Vine, plans developing to core out Lit Brothers building, traffic anxieties for plann Walnut Lane Bride work, and an open house in Hawthorne Hall > more