Posts Tagged ‘SEPTA’

Class Warfare On Arch Street

Class Warfare On Arch Street

March 31, 2015  |  Possible City

Nathaniel Popkin takes a look at three new Old City row houses under construction that disrespect the city, the site, and the famous woman mythologized across the street > more

Who Needs Silicon Valley When You Have Philly?

Who Needs Silicon Valley When You Have Philly?

March 11, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Tech start-up founder content with secondary market like Philly, tourism chief wants to grow market for Chinese visitors, SEPTA figuring out how to make the Center City Concourse less confusing, and an erroneous foundation dug in Bella Vista > more

The Costs Of Selling Schools

The Costs Of Selling Schools

March 2, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Why the City only sees two-thirds of profits from selling its inventory of vacant schools, a call for subsidized transportation for students, funding ready for South Philly art installation, urban poverty as everyone’s problem, and Council Districts’ most dangerous intersections > more

Ahead of Convention, SEPTA To Undertake “Targeted Heavy Maintenance” & Beautification

Ahead of Convention, SEPTA To Undertake “Targeted Heavy Maintenance” & Beautification

February 13, 2015  |  Morning Blend

SEPTA to delay major renovation project a few more months, Bissinger’s dos and don’ts for convention-goers, Army to use explosives to deepen section of Delaware River, and a freelance illustrator sets up shop at Reading Terminal > more

Subway Complex Beneath City Hall To Be Renovated By 2020

Subway Complex Beneath City Hall To Be Renovated By 2020

January 29, 2015  |  Morning Blend

SEPTA announces timeline for revamped stations and concourse, previewing this summer’s Impressionism exhibit at the PMA, preservation woes in Darby, and Girard Square razed > more