April 30: Inky endorses Ori | Iffy oil train track inspections | Distracted driving citations up

The Inquirer editorial board endorsed developer Ori Feibush for 2nd District Councilman largely over the issue of Councilmanic Prerogative. 

For Throwback Thursday, here again are Jared’s interviews with Ori Feibush and Councilman Kenyatta Johnson in which they lay out their differences on these issues pretty clearly.

St. Laurentius supporters are seeking a historic designation as demolition nears.

The Pennsylvania court system says more distracted drivers than ever are receiving citations, according to a new report.

The federal government only periodically checks oil-train track inspections.

A new poll finds a majority of voters would support a 10-cent gas tax hike to pay for infrastructure.

The Bicycle Coalition has a new blog up personalizing Philly cycling with cyclists elaborating on why they like riding a bike in the city.

By June, Chicago will have the most bike share stations and the largest service area in North America.

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