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Explain That Term: Level of Service
9 years ago
July 15: State bill legalizes Philly Ride-Share | Obama board backs SEPTA management | NJ Transit won’t speed up Atlantic City line | John Fry in Politico | Tim Wis speaks
Act 89 limits Pennsylvania’s exposure to the transportation funding cliff – for now
How many taxis per person should Philadelphia have?
July 14: Trujillo for Mayor? | Center City Pedestrian Walkway | Protected Bike Lanes vs. Parking Entitlement | Roxborough Land Fight | Train Blast Zone Philly
July 11: State Budget Drama | New Taxis | Italian Market Vendor Rules | Transit and Freedom | Spring Garden Tunnel of Terror
What Do You Think? Should We Boost SEPTA Service to Wilmington
July 10: ZBA Undermining Zoning Reform | Williams on Defense | Transportation Doomsday | Drivers Hate Philly | PPA Mobile Payments
July 9: Cigarette Tax Ping-Pong | Late Night SEPTA Numbers Up | Power Lines Down | Basement-Dwelling Millennials
July 8: Preservation Tax Credit Saved | Cigarette Tax Still in Limbo | 30th St’s High Amtrak Ridership | Another Building Collapse | Philly’s Red Tape | Connecting the Circuit
Coincidence? Philly’s had fewer DUI arrests since ride-sharing apps arrived
July 7: Southwest Philly Rowhouse Fire | Urbanism Politics in Graduate Hospital | Gillen’s Pitch to Millennials | Philly’s Rising Rents | PUC vs. Uber
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