July 21: SEPTA Pope pass sales still suspended | Big Stenton Park improvements | Andrew Stober: Transit blogger

Here is Andrew Stober’s blog from his Eisenhower Fellowship, with his observations on transit and transportation issues abroad. Stober was formerly the chief of staff at MOTU, and is currently running as an independent for City Council At-Large. 

SEPTA has suspended sales of Pope passes. 

Duncan Black is aghast at the Secret Service’s transit plans: “The people whose job it is to get people in and out won’t be able to get in and out.”

How well did NTI work?

Job Itzkowitz at Old City District struck a deal to get that gross lot at 240 Market Street cleaned up.

Details on the big improvements coming to Stenton Park in Germantown.

Cool data visualization idea to copy for Philly if anybody wants to try to mock up something like this: which WMATA station parking lots fill up the most.

What Parkway is thinking about doing with the Basciano properties they bought on west Market Street.

The conservative pundits who are embracing urbanist ideas on land use planning.

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