Posts Tagged ‘Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’

Checking In On SEPTA’s Tardy Electronic Payment System

Checking In On SEPTA’s Tardy Electronic Payment System

June 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

NPT is in “last phase” before launch, the evolution of one block in Fairmount, Museum of the American Revolution gets $1 million in private grant money, and there’s an app for collaboratively planning Philly cycling infrastructure > more

New Report Even More Pessimistic About Future Regional Transportation Budgets

New Report Even More Pessimistic About Future Regional Transportation Budgets

June 7, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The federal government expected to stay the course with underfunding transit needs, “creative civic project” ideas wanted, public hearings imminent on building collapse, and Clark Park to attract urban pianists > more

Planners To Look For Cheaper Options For Transit Improvements Along Roosevelt Boulevard

Planners To Look For Cheaper Options For Transit Improvements Along Roosevelt Boulevard

March 1, 2013  |  Morning Blend

$1.5 billion too much for SEPTA, new Center City parking garage deadens urban rhythms, Sanchez to the rescue on AVI furor, why we should try for a natural gas export center, and a mural to be unveiled at café > more

This Could Be A Park

This Could Be A Park

February 14, 2012  |  Found

East York and Emerald, in Kensington, a neighborhood plagued by massive vacant lots--all former mills--and yet no public green space > more

Drexel To Greatly Bolster Housing Accommodations

Drexel To Greatly Bolster Housing Accommodations

February 6, 2012  |  Morning Blend

New student housing to assist in Drexel's goals, a review of the van Gogh exhibit, new SEPTA tracks in NoLibs, counting Philly's bikes, and a documentary premiere > more