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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…

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…

Inquirer: DRPA light-rail plan costlier than one city rejected

Inquirer: DRPA light-rail plan costlier than one city rejected Did Philadelphia miss a chance for a cheaper, faster way to get a streetcar line along the Delaware River waterfront? In…

Center City Buildings, Landmarks Rooting For Phillies With Special Themed Lighting

For Immediate Release                                   Contact: RJ White, 215.440.5550                                                                       rwhite@centercityphila.orgCenter City Buildings, Landmarks Rooting For Phillies With Special Themed Lighting (October 28, 2009) –   To show support for the championship…

Steinberg: A master plan for the river

Steinberg: A master plan for the river Click the link above to read the opinion pieice in today's Daily News written by PennPraxis Executive Director Harris Steinberg, who asks why the…

DRPA Announces Open Houses On Philadelphia Waterfront Transit Expansion Alternatives

DRPA Announces Open Houses On Philadelphia Waterfront Transit Expansion AlternativesDRPA CEO and PATCO President, John J. Matheussen, has announced two open houses in Philadelphia on an Alternatives Analysis for expanding…

Take a survey on Ben Franklin Bridge traffic mitigation

The Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) studied the traffic coming off the west side of Ben Franklin Bridge into Philadelphia on weekday mornings.  Alternatives were then developed that can reduce congestion.…

Inquirer: DRPA OKs $6 million for President's House, Franklin Square

Inquirer: DRPA OKs $11 million for six projects Inquirer staff writer Paul Nussbaum reports this morning that the Delaware River Port Authority board voted on giving $11 million to six…

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