Posts Tagged ‘SEPTA’

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

Verizon’s Suburban “Station Domination”

Verizon’s Suburban “Station Domination”

January 26, 2015  |  Morning Blend

SEPTA signs $7 million deal with Verizon, and announces realtime ETA system; bike lanes up 13% over eight years; and good eyes on Sansom > more

Gray Area: The Future Of

Gray Area: The Future Of “30th Street Station”

January 22, 2015  |  News

In August, the President's signature enacted a law that renamed 30th Street Station for former Congressman Bill Gray. So does that mean we should expect a blitz of Amtrak marketing announcing the change like SEPTA did with "Jefferson Station?" Not exactly, if the new sign facing Center City is any indication. Brad Maule rides the rails to find out > more

Public Green Plans For 40th Street Trolley Portal To Break Ground In 2015

Public Green Plans For 40th Street Trolley Portal To Break Ground In 2015

January 9, 2015  |  News

Plans to transform the 40th Street Trolley Portal into a meadowy, transit oasis are shovel ready and in motion. Ten years in the concept phase, the project recently gained momentum from the success of activating underutilized public spaces like The Porch at 30th Street Station and Dilworth Plaza. Construction at the portal is slated to begin this year > more

Deck The Trolleys!

Deck The Trolleys!

December 23, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Inside Dave Musgrove’s jolly trolley, the outlet behind a South Philadelphia holiday tradition, the ceremonial groundbreaking for Ralph Brooks Park redesign, and SFD taking shape in South Kensington > more