June 24: Your Philly storm photos | Jumpstarting Germantown | DRIVE Act | Parking entitlement politics

The Internet seemed to have an insatiable appetite for shots of Philly under that crazy Ghostbusters-looking sky last night, so we collected a lot of reader submissions on our Facebook page.

Ken Weinstein’s Jumpstart Germantown initiative has been helping support new developers interested in kickstarting more neighborhood reinvestment. Here’s a profile of one brother and sister team he’s been working with.

The name “DRIVE Act” tells you most of what you need to know about the US Senate’s transportation funding bill, although it’s not quite a nightmare scenario for transit users.

Josh Kruger takes on Philly’s parking entitlement crisis in his first City Paper column.

Over at the This Old City blog, I’ve got an op-ed making the case that police enforcement of PA’s safe passing law should be the cornerstone of Vision Zero in Philly under the next administration.

Despite our status as a top biking city, Philly is one of the last major or minor US cities without any protected bike lanes. Here are 10 streets where the Bicycle Coalition wants to see them installed.

Bicycling advocates really don’t like the right-of-way changes in GOP Councilman David Oh’s bill that Jared Brey wrote about.

Is the California court decision that Uber drivers are really employees inviting a similar lawsuit in Pennsylvania?

Some evidence that ride-hailing apps are growing the market for for-hire auto travel in NYC and contributing to congestion.

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