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Council pulls plug on Philadelphia’s electric vehicle program in rare contested vote
7 years ago
City will replace delineator posts on Walnut Street Bridge bike lane
As reports of illegal dumping rise, can Philly bring new solutions to this old problem?
City Council considers bill to suspend pro-electric vehicle program over parking complaints
Time’s a ticking on TIGER grant funded projects held up by American Street redesign
Salting to avoid an icy night? Choose your deicer wisely
Potholes a thing of the past? Mayor Kenney calls for $174 million for increase to paving budget
Vision Zero Action Plan: A Modest Proposal
The National Motorists Association’s drive toward alternative facts
Vision Zero should be called ‘zero vision’
Composting in Philadelphia: Where we are and where we are going
City officials optimistic that 2017 will bring smoother, safer streets
Dozens gather to debate protected bike lanes on Pine and Spruce Streets
Seeking refuge in pedestrian spaces on Baltimore Ave
Schuylkill River Trail extension to Christian Street fully funded, as Philadelphia wins $4.6 million in state transportation grants
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