June 1: RACP winners and losers | PHS on pop-up designs | Parking neutrality vs. bikeability

The winners and losers in the latest round of state RACP grants: Comcast got less than they asked for, but apparently we’re getting some new carpets and equipment here at the WHYY offices.

Mark Dent reports that Ori Feibush does not expect to get back into Point Breeze development

Wawa is rushing to get their new Center City location open before the Pope’s visit

Some small updates and speculation about Brandywine’s plans for the “haggard” parking garage site they bought at 7th and Market.

PHS shares some of the design choices that went into this year’s pop-up beer gardens.

The insistence on parking-neutral streets changes is a key impediment cities’ bike infrastructure aspirations. 

The unimpeachable safety case for truck side guards

Gaming out Pennsylvania’s bond sale.

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