Posts Tagged ‘JFK Boulevard’

Bringing Bus Passengers In From The Elements

Bringing Bus Passengers In From The Elements

July 29, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Brainstorming bus infrastructure, new tech to help City keep track of its thousands of trees, and Microsoft alters plans for Science Center innovation hub > more

Roxborough Sawmill Preserves An Old Industrial Aesthetic

Roxborough Sawmill Preserves An Old Industrial Aesthetic

August 28, 2014  |  Morning Blend

One man's mission to preserve the physical history of industrial Philadelphia, groundbreaking for Rodin Square, street mural requested for Triangles Plaza, the genesis of JFK and 30th Street Station, and this weekend's Made in America Fest > more

ThinkBike: Dutch Bike Planning Comes To Philly

ThinkBike: Dutch Bike Planning Comes To Philly

June 19, 2012  |  News

The key to urban bike safety is the use of parking lanes and collaboration with the police, say leading edge Dutch Bike planners, here to to explore the cycling possibilities. They'll present tonight in a public forum at Temple University > more

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We, “The City of (Changing) Neighborhoods”

March 26, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The genesis (& evolution) of our nickname "the city of neighborhoods," looking at an old dividing line in western Center City, a beloved Point Breeze mural saved, and shifting plans for a residential complex in Old City > more