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    • PATCO trains to New Jersey, Photo by Phillytrax
Eyes on the Street

June 20: City budget, $30m more for schools | PATCO ridership drop | Buffered bike lane dreams | Pedestrian safety | Cunningham Piano

Happy Friday! At its final session before summer recess City Council passed a $4.5 billion operating budget, rafts of bills enabling things like bike share and affordable housing development, the…

    • Mantua turret
Eyes on the Street

April 16: Uneven real estate growth | Mantua's Promise Zone | PATCO tech improvements | Woodland Ave student rentals | South Philly High dog run | Milton Street candidate

Good morning, Streeters. Hope your dreams of spring aren’t too frozen this morning. At least it will be sunny. Philly’s real estate market is rebounding unevenly, with the well-off doing best.…

    • B-IV: On the Floor
Eyes on the Street

April 15: Saffron scores Pulitzer | Newspaper auction hearing | SEPTA subway overnight service | PATCO copper theft | CHOP project necessitates bike lane shifts | Peale lessons | Flyers #clutchtime

Good morning, Streeters. It’s Tax Day. May the post office lines be swift and pain be brief. Despite the beautiful springtime blooms, winter weather will make a comeback this evening:…

    • Atlantic Building | by Steve Ives
    • PATCO trains to New Jersey, Photo by Phillytrax
Eyes on the Street

February 20: Second highest tax burden | Feibush campaign fundraising | Eastern Tower financing plan | PATCO construction schedule | Port Richmond water-main break

Hello Streeters! We hope you catch some sunshine this morning, since the forecast for this afternoon and tomorrow looks cloudy with a mix of rain showers.  Philadelphia has the second-highest tax…

    • LOVE Park - Visitors Center | Bob Bruhin
Eyes on the Street

February 17: DRPA pork at PATCO's peril | Roxy theater reborn | Art Commission asks for reworked Museum of American Revolution design | plannerly reasons #whyilovephilly | Keep LOVE Park's visitor center | Trivia

Happy Presidents Day, Streeters. Even though today’s a holiday and government offices, schools and libraries are closed, curbside trash pickup will occur as regularly scheduled. Whatever you’re up to just be…

    • PATCO entrance
    • Bend it like Benjamin | Convicted Melon
    • The Kelly Leak Gang, Photo by Convicted Melon
Eyes on the Street

December 11: NBC10 awards nonprofits $100,000 | Bike crash map | PATCO escalator update | Market-Frankford Line fire | Two held until building collapse hearing

Happy Wednesday Streeters! We hope you made it to work safely in the ice and cold.  In partnership with The NBCUniversal Foundation, NBC10 Philadelphia awarded $100,000 to the Bicycle Coalition of…

    • Streak of sky, Photo by Blog King
Eyes on the Street

November 22: No trolleys Sunday | State funds bike projects | PATCO escalator still broken | Building better solar panels | Artist fights to save studio from supermarket

Happy Friday, Streeters!  Trolleys won't run in Center City on Sunday. All lines will be down for routine maintenance between 5 a.m. Sunday and 5 a.m. Monday. The 11, 13,…

    • Broad Street Line, Photo by oilman930
    • Bridge Line, Photo by phillytrax
Eyes on the Street

DAGspace: PATCO at University City Station

In this DAGspace, Olney resident Stephen Perzan makes the case for extending the PATCO subway line to the west - all the way to SEPTA's University City Station. That would connect…

    • Trains to New Jersey
    • The Board of Education, Photo by Jeremy Fountain
    • Bicycle, Photo by Jeremy Fountain
    • Bridge Line, Photo by phillytrax
    • Pain Train, Photo by Phillytrax
Eyes on the Street

July 11: Asbestos in collapsed building's debris | Developer threatens opponents with lawsuit | Conrail bridge collapse hearing | PATCO project 47 percent more expensive | Drilling controversy in Delaware River | Tech company moves to East Falls | Photos

Good morning Eyes on the Street! Here's what people are buzzing about today. In the latest development around the June 5 building collapse at 22nd and Market, contractors have found remnants…

    • Assumption spires
Eyes on the Street

Feb 22: Hardship at 2 | Bye Broad Street Armory | Catholic parish closings are a holy mess | lost Locust subway station | Front and Oxford reuse | Click that 'hood

Good morning, Streeters, and happy Friday. Here's what's making news this morning: Today’s a big hardship day at the Licenses & Inspections Review Board: At 2pm LIRB will announce its…

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