The 30th Street Station District planners are holding another open house on June 17th from 4-7 at 30th Street Station. They recently released the results from their first round of public engagement, and are still seeking feedback. Read Jim Saksa’s piece on this project and the planning and public outreach that’s going into it.
How much community input should the law require for pop-up beer gardens?
Spruce Hill, East Passyunk Crossing, and northwest Whitman are in the top 40 Census tracts for bike commuting in the US.
Indego riders have already logged 65,000 bike trips since the service began in April.
Councilman Curtis Jones is pushing for fire escape certifications.
Businesses are going to bat for the Storefront Improvement Program in this year’s budget.
Letting riders use all bus doors to board can save a lot of time.
Could mobile e-hailing revive regular car-pooling?
Why airlines keep trying to make it harder to shop for cheap tickets on third party sites.