Both sides of the bike lane argument on NewsWorks Tonight

    It’s that time of day: a preview of the NewsWorks Tonight broadcast. We’ll have primary election tidbits for you, but tonight it’s all about cars, planes and bikes.

     

    Daily News columnist Stu Bykofsky and Philadelphia’s Deputy Mayor of Transportation and Utilities Rina Cutler will talk about the city’s new bike lanes and what they mean for your commute. is Philadelphia becoming a biking city, or is that just a pipe dream?

    Ever wonder what a plane looks like when it first makes a crashing impact? Arts & Culture reporter Peter Crimmins will talk to us about an artist who’s teaming up with the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts to display an old U.S. military bomber plane.

    We’ll have some updates for you from the primary election, including a discussion about whether Pennsylvanians should vote for their judges.

    It’s been a big news day, and we’ve got 30 minutes to catch you up on what you’ve missed. Tune into 91 FM at 6 p.m. on your radio or on the web. Miss the show? Catch it later on our site.

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