Posts Tagged ‘PennDOT’

Penn’s Skirkanich Hall, A “Masterpiece of Materiality”

Penn’s Skirkanich Hall, A “Masterpiece of Materiality”

March 31, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Appreciating Penn’s Skirkanich Hall, Walnut Lane Bridge to close until September, and talking taverns at the Philadelphia History Museum > more

Hypersegregating Philadelphia

Hypersegregating Philadelphia

March 1, 2016  |  Morning Blend

On the eve of streamlined racism, Please Touch Museum to leave bankruptcy, and PennDOT expedites projects on Adams Avenue > more

A Preview To A Preview Of Capped Railyards

A Preview To A Preview Of Capped Railyards

December 15, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Draft plan to be released tomorrow for Innovation neighborhood, billboard regulation now state’s prerogative, a proposed block rebuild for Callowhill, and some marvelous views from atop the new University City > more

Building Momentum, Temple’s President Wants To Build A Stadium

Building Momentum, Temple’s President Wants To Build A Stadium

November 10, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Temple President argues for campus football stadium, former candy factory in Graduate Hospital purchased, the Commerce Department boosting consumer confidence with security cameras, and work to begin on Walnut Lane Bridge > more

Re-Portioning The Blame For A Missed Opportunity At Logan Square

Re-Portioning The Blame For A Missed Opportunity At Logan Square

January 6, 2015  |  Morning Blend

How PennDOT’s Vine Street myopia could have been avoided, Woodlands raising funds for renovations, dreaming of limitless investment for Greater Philadelphia, and event promotion the old-fashioned way in Mantua > more