April 27: The case for a Complete Streets Office | Kenney pulling ahead | SaksaCam

Two new polls, an internal from the Kenney campaign and one from a SuperPAC backing Kenney, both show Kenney as a narrow frontrunner in the race for Mayor.

Don’t drive under the 25th Street viaduct. 

A history of the Saxe Paper Company building at 311 Race Street, by GroJLart.

Jim Saksa has a piece for Keystone Crossroads updating us on the status of Dominic Pileggi’s revamped TRID legislation, meant to promote transit-oriented development near rail stations.

Couldn’t make the Indego bike share launch? Relive the glory via the SaksaCam.

At Citified, my friend Ariel Ben-Amos calls for “a Complete Streets office that can work across city agencies and leverage the investments not only of the Streets Department, but of PennDOT, the Water Department, and SEPTA.”

“Here was the city that ‘will never be burnt, and always be wholesome.'”

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