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Transportation for America: Progress in the fight for transit relief

A message from Transportation for America Your efforts have paid off with some good news for public transportation! In the midst of a nationwide transit funding crisis brought on by…

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Livable Communities and Philadelphia

On Monday, May 17th, Livable Communities Task Force Members Earl Blumenauer and Allyson Y. Schwartz will join Penn Design School’s Penn Praxis and the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia for…

New Recycling Coordinator Appointed

David Biddle has been appointed to the position of Recycling Coordinator in the Streets Department. This position has been open for over a year, with an acting coordinator filling in. David…

UC Review: Pothole gardening, courtesy of Streets Department

UC Review: Pothole gardening, courtesy of Streets Department Block captains from every corner of the city led residents on this year’s spring clean up Saturday, April 10th. But in addition…

Examiner: Real-time information coming to SEPTA bus shelters

Examiner: Real-time information coming to SEPTA bus shelters PHILADELPHIA - The City of Philadelphia is proposing to upgrade nearly 300 bus shelters across the city while installing an additional 250…

Atlanta to terminate transit service at midnight tonight

Atlanta-area transit system 14 days from shutting down, 2 million rides disappearing Clayton County, one of metro Atlanta’s five core counties — Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport is partially in Clayton — will…

PECO Purchases 6 MV of Solar Credits

From the Next Great City newsletter: PECO has signed 10-year agreements to purchase 6 megawatts, or 80,000 solar energy credits, in support of Pennsylvania’s Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards (AEPS). That’s enough…

Inquirer: DRPA approves contract for Phila. light-rail studies

Inquirer: DRPA approves contract for Phila. light-rail studies A waterfront rail line in Philadelphia moved closer to reality yesterday as the Delaware River Port Authority approved a $6.5 million contract…

US 422 Corridor Draft Final Master Plan Complete

US 422 Corridor Draft Final Master Plan Complete DVRPC's US 422 Corridor Draft Final Master Plan, distributed in early February, identifies strategic steps and investment decisions to sustainably accommodate growth and…

Pennsylvania Independent: PennDOT Lands Could Be Worth Millions

Pennsylvania Independent: PennDOT Lands Could Be Worth Millions When traveling along Interstate 80 in the western half of Pennsylvania, drivers could be riding directly above some of the state's most…

On track: Phila. waterfront rail line

Inquirer: On track: Phila. waterfront rail line Plans for a waterfront rail line in Philadelphia took a step forward yesterday, as a Delaware River Port Authority committee approved a $6.5…

Apply to appear in new Airport mural

How Philly Moves! How Philly Moves is an extraordinary new work of community-based public art that celebrates the joy of dance—coming to the Philadelphia International Airport in June 2011. Do you…

Inquirer: A "green" city plan to reduce storm water runoff

Inquirer: A "green" city plan to reduce storm water runoff Storm water is nasty and dirty and can cause flooding. So the sooner it gets off a property, the better.…

RFP for Work on the Spring Garden El Underpass Now Available

Artists & Craftspeople - RFP for Work on the Spring Garden El Underpass Now Available The NLNA and the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program are inviting proposals for decorative and lighting improvements…

Inquirer: Eased federal rules a boon for local transit plans

Inquirer: Eased federal rules a boon for local transit plans By Paul Nussbaum,Inquirer Staff Writer Proposed rail projects on the Philadelphia waterfront and in South Jersey got a significant boost…

Going all the way: The Zero Waste Movement

Going all the way: The Zero Waste Movement A recent move to a rental home has disrupted my personal waste management cycle.  After nearly 30 years of composting household food to…

DOT Announces $280 Million for New Livability Initiative

APA Advocate, The American Planning Association's Update on Legislative and Policy Issues   On December 1, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the availability of funding through the new Interagency Partnership…

Inquirer: El reconstruction over, biz owners eye rebound in West Philly

Inquirer: El reconstruction over, biz owners eye rebound in West Philly Decades of losing business to malls and the past 10 years of losing neighborhood customers to the frequent street…

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