April 3: Capozzi out | Parking placards unenforced | Onion Flats redeveloping Front and Norris

Some contract employees are striking at Philadelphia International Airport over wages.

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx says the Highway Trust Fund will run out of money in July.

Commenter kclo3 alerted us to this very well-designed SEPTA map from Peter Dovak that includes regional rail, trolleys, PATCO, and NJ Transit. 

The average American household spent $800 a month on car-related costs according to the 2013 American Community Survey.

SEPTA’s not accepting any ads for public issue campaigns after the recent Hitler ad flap.

Onion Flats will redevelop the historic bank buildings at Front and Norris.

The Bicycle Coalition found lots of people parking in the Spruce and Pine bike lanes on Sundays don’t have religious parking placards.

Real estate broker Barbara Capozzi dropped off the ballot for City Council at-large.

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