December 22: The #PHL2015 field | Reimagining the Athenaeum | Where Philly runs |

For those just tuning in to the 2015 campaign, Patrick Kerkstra has a helpful rundown on the candidates with some good insights on our political moment. 

The market is betting on the death of taxi medallions.

Here are the winning proposals in the Reimagining the Athenaeum contest.

Pedestrian fatalities decreased by 1.7% between 2012 and 2013, but cyclist fatalities increased by 1.2%.

Public transit ridership is up despite the decline in gas prices. Driving is also bouncing back a little though.

Milan’s “Park Your Car and Go Public!” campaign will trying to reduce congestion in their central district by offering free transit to people who agree to leave their cars at home and take public transit instead.

Most of the people who attended a meeting on the future of Powelton’s Wiota Street Garden want to preserve it as a community garden.

Courtesy of Runkeeper, here’s where people run the most in Philly, and all over the world.

Sandy Smith has an update on the Comcast II construction.

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