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August 18: SEPTA strike “very likely” | Ride-sharing hearings this week | Where Pennsylvanians were born | “Bicycle face”
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How do off-cycle elections impact Philly planning politics?
August 15: Worst South Philly intersection less bad | SEPTA strike less likely | Pop-up bike lanes | Real-time info and bus shelters
August 14: The case for free transfers | Dilworth Plaza opens soon | Important bird area | Cheesesteak Vegas |
August 13: Permanent Woodland Green ped plaza | Bull case for Philly multifamily | Revel Casino’s lesson for community development | What Philly really offers the DNC
August 12: 22nd St bike lane vs. ward politics | Pop-up realism | 7th cheapest state for car ownership | Still-affordable Philly
August 11: New Camden waterfront park | Pedestrian death map | Wm Penn High School sale blocked | Direct Tesla sales in PA
August 8: Connor Barwin on urbanism | Uber’s new cheap paratransit | Soft pretzels on-demand | 99% of parking tickets accurate
August 7: Philly’s most exciting parking garage | Cash advance for schools | US DOT wants to give directly to cities
The tricky politics of transit-oriented development in Northern Liberties
August 6: Parking NIMBYs vs TOD | New PennCards and SEPTA | Liquor license reform in NJ | Philly Millennial homeownership rates
Maps: Pedestrian death rates are higher in poorer areas of Philadelphia
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