A cafe, gardens, and a cap on I-95 are among the amenities promised in reimagining Penn’s Landing. Kimberly Haas has an update on the project’s progress and timetable
With a public meeting tonight, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation and Hargreaves Associates will reveal the first designs for the future of Penn’s Landing, including the completion of the I-95 cap between Walnut and Chestnut, planned development of the open spaces, and a new pedestrian bridge at South Street over Columbus Boulevard.
Faced with major sources of mostly unmonitored air pollution, Port Richmond residents, empowered by the Clean Air Council, have taken to “citizen science,” monitoring for serious pollutants themselves. The aim, says new contributor Alex Vuocolo, is to create a more localized system for understanding hidden threats to public health