Posts Tagged ‘SEPTA’

Philadelphia To Have Bus Shelters Replaced, Expanded

Philadelphia To Have Bus Shelters Replaced, Expanded

October 28, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Titan inks $52 million advertising deal with City, officials irked at Council’s unwillingness to sell PGW, a look back at Devil’s Pocket, and the resolve of one North Philly church to resist Temple U's encroachment > more

Choreographing A New Life For The Old Pearl On South Street

Choreographing A New Life For The Old Pearl On South Street

October 27, 2014  |  Buzz

Dance studio on South Street to be ready next month, Manayunk church getting ready for spring restoration efforts, four homes to begin construction in NoLibs, and SEPTA announces fare payment upgrade > more

Kenney To Hist Commission: Put Buildings On Register, Get More Funding

Kenney To Hist Commission: Put Buildings On Register, Get More Funding

October 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Firm would simply recoup money through ads, Councilman Kenney wants to bolster Historical Commission, Councilman Henon undaunted by Planning Commission’s non-recommendation for Mayfair overlay, and Guinn hard at work on latest mural > more

Museum Of The American Revolution Breaks Ground

Museum Of The American Revolution Breaks Ground

October 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Scores of officials and donors gather for the ceremony on South 3rd Street, the power of social media to actualize transit needs, a fundraiser for Bainbridge Green, and the Mural Arts’ latest mural in West Philly > more

Overnight Weekend Rail Service Is Here To Stay

Overnight Weekend Rail Service Is Here To Stay

October 9, 2014  |  Morning Blend

SEPTA puts the service in rail service, Clarke to get tough on rowdy Temple students, Blackwell silent on 4224 Baltimore rezoning request, and CDR grants lukewarm approval to proposal at 27th & Girard > more