April 20: The biggest transpo problem in North America | Tax delinquents’ rental licenses denied | All about that Basin

Here are the renderings of Paul Mirabello’s proposed mixed-use project for 9th and Wharton that was the subject of great consternation last week.

How do Council’s district lines interplay with planning politics in Center City? An interesting argument from Inga Saffron.

Thanks to a tweak in policy, rental property owners who owe back taxes are finally being denied rental licenses and eviction rights by the city.

There’s a new bipartisan coalition in Congress supporting a bill that would index the gas tax to inflation to pay for transportation maintenance.

Ex-NYC DOT head Janette Sadik-Khan explains the importance of speedy execution of traffic calming proposals for city transportation reformers.

It’s all about that basin.

When letting kids play outside by themselves is against the law.

“The biggest problem facing urban transportation in North America is that most influential people have hand-knowledge of driving cars but only brain knowledge of other transportation options.”

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