July 2: After the Point Breeze pop-up garden | Indego’s inclusive advertising | PA’s new outdoor recreation plan

Of the large US regions with over 250,000 people, Dallas, Philadelphia, and Baltimore have the highest disparities between neighborhoods, according to a new Urban Institute study. 

What actually happens when the state passes the budget deadline?

How Indego is trying to make its advertising and marketing inclusive

Here’s what’s in the state’s new five-year Outdoor Recreation Plan, from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. 

US construction spending increased more than the consensus forecast in May.  Public construction is still 13%  below the 2009 peak. 

After the Point Breeze pop-up garden closes, John Longacre wants to build a 53-unit mixed-use building as a first move toward revitalizing Point Breeze Avenue.

One Wawa in Pennsylvania will start selling beer. It’s worth noting that Wawas will compete for the same ‘R’ licenses as regular restaurants, which are already getting bid up. 

NerdWallet says Pittsburgh has eight times as many parking garages per 1,000 residents as Philadelphia does. They also have a sewer robot


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