Posts Tagged ‘SEPTA’

Architectural Committee Approves Azalea Gardens Design

Architectural Committee Approves Azalea Gardens Design

September 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Update on the 40th & Pine preservation battle, SEPTA to get $68 million from federal government, Council Committee seeking $30 million loan for school district, and protracted construction on Temple University’s Streets > more

40th Street Trolley Station Fundraising Gets A Boost

40th Street Trolley Station Fundraising Gets A Boost

September 19, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Over half a million for the University City gateway project, Old City building complex to be renamed and rebranded, Saffron’s thoughts on a riverside museum, and FLOW on the Schuylkill > more

City Council Bets On Cig Tax Before Reassumption of Education Board

City Council Bets On Cig Tax Before Reassumption of Education Board

September 12, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Efforts to dissolve SRC will have to wait, goats cleaning up the Manayunk Bridge Trail head, SEPTA’s desperation with naming rights, and Fishtown’s Delaware Station up for sale > more

Sunny Strobe Lights On The El With Yiayia

Sunny Strobe Lights On The El With Yiayia

September 9, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. recalls the magical light show that the Market-Frankford Line provided him and his grandmother during their Sunday morning trips into the city in the early 1970s > more

The Dalian & Real Estate Determinism

The Dalian & Real Estate Determinism

September 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What The Dalian on Fairmount says about the Philly market, Fringe Arts president happy to have a sedentary HQ, Market East to become Jefferson Station, and CDR critiques Temple-area proposal > more