Posts Tagged ‘SEPTA’

PhillyU Students Rethink East Falls Station

PhillyU Students Rethink East Falls Station

May 25, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Imagining a rebuilt SEPTA station, recalling the fire of 1897, Pennsport residents want dog parks, five more homes for South Kensington, and operator selected for Parks on Tap summer series > more

Programming A Dump

Programming A Dump

April 18, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Artists bring programming to a Holmesburg recycling center, home improvement assistance for Mantua residents, SEPTA begins work on concourses south of City Hall, and scenes from inside The Gallery in transition > more

Saving Room For Arts & Culture

Saving Room For Arts & Culture

April 5, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Why Philly needs a culture plan, Chelten-Greene Plaza renovations coming next year, mining SEPTA’s capital budget for fiscal 2017, another 15 miles of trail in store for The Circuit, and a look at a Catholic pilgrimage site Germantown > more

A Better Way To Incentivize Development

A Better Way To Incentivize Development

March 16, 2016  |  Morning Blend

How a state bill could incentivize transit-oriented development projects, students protest proposed Temple stadium, remembering Lawrence S. Williams, exploring abandoned subway tunnels, and a dragon to take flight on Market Street tonight > more

PHA Aims To Discourage Displacement In Massive Sharswood Rebuild

PHA Aims To Discourage Displacement In Massive Sharswood Rebuild

March 4, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Anticipating urban renewal in North Philly, touring work-in-progress 1919 Market, Sports & Leisure at Eastern State, giddiness over development on North Front Street, and critiquing SEPTA’s preferred route for King of Prussia spur > more