April 22: Indego launches tomorrow | Suing the state for pothole damage | Sneckdown success

As Indego gets set to launch tomorrow, a reminder that many other cities are having a hard time reaching lower-income people with bike share. Philly has an explicit goal of charting a new course on this front.

Proud moment: my “sneckdowns” blog post at This Old City last year helped PARC ED Sam Sherman make the case to the Streets Department for a pedestrian plaza on E. Passyunk Ave. 

Leslie Richards, Tom Wolf’s pick for PennDOT, cleared her first confirmation hurdle. Read our interview with Richards, where she explains how her perspective as a planner will help her guide PennDOT in a somewhat different direction.

Seniors figured out on their own that they could start using their driver’s licenses as SEPTA Key cards, and Holly Otterbein says they made 11,000 trips in March.

State Rep. John Lawrence (R-Chester) wants to give PA residents the right to sue the government for damage to their vehicles caused by potholes

Contrary community boards are proving to be an obstacle to implementing Vision Zero in some New York neighborhoods. With all the Philly Mayoral candidates officially supporting Vision Zero, how is that program going to play at the RCO level here?

Philly’s only indoor skate park, X Park in the Northeast, is in danger of shutting down.

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