Julie Hancher gets results: After blogging about some disturbing incidents of harassment and assault of runners and cyclists using the Schuylkill River Trail, the 9th Police District has agreed to increase police presence on the trail.
Councilman Wilson Goode, Jr. wants an updated review of Philadelphia’s diversity goals for the construction industry.
The Transit Center released a new report entitled “A People’s History of Recent Urban Transportation Innovation” that looks at the “civic vanguard” in advocacy and city government who’ve succeeded in shifting their cities onto a more multi-modal track.
The federal government gave 21 cities grants for transit-oriented development projects, framing the effort as a push to maximize the benefits of public transit investments.
You can ride the Broad Street Line for free this Sunday, courtesy of Miller Lite, reports Josh Kruger.
For the Jim Kenney learning tour files: Streetsblog reports that as part of New York City’s Vision Zero push, Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez introduced a bill to “daylight” the five most dangerous intersections in each borough every year by preventing parking within 15 feet of intersections.