Posts Tagged ‘transportation’

U.S. DOT Workshop Explores Capping And Connectivity On Vine Street

U.S. DOT Workshop Explores Capping And Connectivity On Vine Street

July 20, 2016  |  News

The U.S. Department of Transportation held a two-day community forum on July 16 and 17 exploring design interventions for reimagining Vine Street. Stephen Stofka has the recap > more

Comparing The City's Handling Of Pope Visits--& Center City Itself--36 Years Apart

Comparing The City’s Handling Of Pope Visits–& Center City Itself–36 Years Apart

September 23, 2015  |  Vantage

Everything is coming up papal. Data junkie Davie Hilbert compares the city's preparations for this weekend's visit from Pope Francis with Pope John Paul II's stay in 1979 and reveals the gradual streamlining of a city > more

Stemming The Tides Of Demolition

Stemming The Tides Of Demolition

April 7, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Policy recommendations for Philadelphia preservation, standing up for federal transportation dollars, commemorating Billie Holiday, and work to begin next week on Vine Street Expressway bridges > more

Eulogizing Vacant Homes Through Art

Eulogizing Vacant Homes Through Art

November 19, 2013  |  Morning Blend

A "funeral for a home" in Mantua, L&I demolition regulation bill clears first hurdle, transportation bill killed, and Ruffin Nichols Memorial AME meets its end > more

Mural Along Manayunk Towpath Nearly Complete

Mural Along Manayunk Towpath Nearly Complete

June 28, 2013  |  Morning Blend

A look at the pubic art meant to add reflection and appreciation for the riparian setting, Drexel painting its bricks red one by one, Schwartz introduces bicameral transportation bill, 70% of delinquent taxes said to uncollectable, and the story of the old Engine 11 building > more