You are viewing 11 articles with the tag Traffic & Transportation by the author Eyes on the Street

    • South 13th Street puddle, Photo by Philadelphia Photos
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February 21: SEPTA considers weekend service extension | Nutter warns of black ice, potholes | Councilman supports LOVE Park skateboarding | Walnut Lane Bridge concern | Fatal hit-and-run

Good morning, Eyes on the Street. The news this morning is buzzing with transportation related tidbits.  SEPTA may restore weekend late-night service on the Broad Street and Market-Frankford lines. SEPTA is…

    • Co-Sign on our Lifetime, Photo by Phillytrax
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December 5: All eyes on Land Bank, City Council | DRPA hikes budget, not tolls | Bridesburg Trail nearing construction | Passyunk Square Civic Association celebrates 10th year

Hello Streeters! Today's temperature could hit an alarming 63 degrees. With only two full City Council hearings remaining before the new year, today could be decision day for the city's land…

    • Bicycle on the Ben Franklin Bridge, Photo courtesy of Neal Santos
    • South Chadwick Street, Photo courtesy of Phillytrax
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May 9: Is AVI less accurate than current system? | South Philly casino opposition | Foreign highway investment | How students organized protest | State transportation funding update

Good morning Eyes on the Street. Here's what the city is buzzing about: A report released by City Controller Alan Butkovitz says the new citywide property reassessment numbers are less accurate…

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    • Van Pelt Street, Photo courtesy of Phillytrax
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April 11: Rec center report | Please Touch seeks $30 million | Hidden City Festival returns | Saving the Pennsylvanian | chess champs

Good morning Streeters. Philly broke its 87 degree record temp yesterday, but things are set to cool down a little today. Enjoy! City rec centers are a wreck, a report from…

    • Delaware River marina, photo by Phillytrax
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April 5: Penn's Landing Park | stalled Enterprise development project | Nutter on education | First Friday Weekend

Happy Friday Streeters!  It is almost hard to imagine a green park stretching over I-95 and connecting Old City with the waterfront, but the new Penn's Landing Park project is indeed…

    • Marian Anderson Recreation Center, Photo courtesy of Phillytrax
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April 4: Chief Collections Officer | DRPA Investigation | Art Museum strategic vision | Former Glaxo HQ adaptive reuse | Bike sharing

Good morning Streeters! On PlanPhilly, Jared Brey reported yesterday that Mayor Nutter appointed Tom Knudsen, former CEO of Philadelphia Gas Works and Philadelphia Schools' chief recovery officer, as the city's first…

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Feb 7: Brady's casino hearing | Complete Streets Handbook | Benefits of walking to school | Another voice in school closures

Good morning Streeters, looks like we might get some sun today before the nor’easter hits. This afternoon City Council will hold a hearing on U.S. Rep. Bob Brady’s casino proposal…

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Feb 6: Corbett announces more funding | Philly keeps shrugging | Less pollution, less money | Rain barrels get splash of color

Good morning Streeters. We have a little morning buzz for you this Wednesday.  Yesterday Governor Corbett gave his much anticipated 2013-2014 budget address. As Philadelphia schools continue to close and infrastructure…

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Take Center City District's 2011 Customer Satisfaction Survey

Center City District (CCD) works hard to make Philadelphia a greener, safer, cleaner, more inviting place. Tell them how they're doing by taking their annual customer satisfaction survey. It takes a couple of…

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