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September 11: Christopher Sawyer’s Sheriff primary platform | Policing the police on bike lanes | Insurance industry vs. Lyft
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Live-blog: The high stakes battle of the urban street design manuals
September 10: PUC endorses ride-share bill | Nutter on bike-ped | Gensler’s Comcast designs | Dude It’s Rude
Live-blog: Nutter and Peduto talk politics of livable streets in Philly and Pittsburgh
September 9: State money for 1100 Market | Columbus Square Park redesign | Bike shop map
Live-blog: Bill Peduto tells advocates to primary livable streets opponents
Terry Gillen calls 2015 election a choice between old and new Philadelphia
September 8: How Philly coddles repeat drunk drivers | Saffron pans Dilworth | Camden stabilizing| Chamber on 2015
September 5: Half-hourly regional rail | Dilworth’s $40 parking permit | Subterranean concourse adventure
September 4: The 2015 “invisible primary” | Dilworth and SEPTA | Paratransit economics | $400,000 per unit affordable housing
Map: Which police districts issue the most sidewalk parking tickets
September 3: Jefferson Station | Balancing bike share | Philly in “first quarter of its rebirth” | Transportation devolution
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