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Letter from Philadelphia Bike Messenger Association on proposed cycling legislation

Letter from Philadelphia Bike Messenger Association on proposed cycling legislation The Philadelphia Bike Messenger Association (PBMA) would like to declare our stance on new cycling legislation proposed by Councilmen DiCicco and…

The Status of Biking in the City of Brotherly Love: An Interview

The Status of Biking in the City of Brotherly Love: An Interview One of the ways that Philadelphia can achieve the ambitious goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, decreasing reliance on…

University City Inspirational Gardens Announced

On Tuesday, November 17, University City District (UCD), in partnership with UCGreen, hosted the fifth annual University City Inspirational Gardens Awards reception.  The ceremony recognized 21 exceptional University City gardens -…

Trees cut down at 40th and Market: They will be replanted

UC Review: Trees cut down at 40th and Market: They will be replanted For those UCity residents who noticed that the 75 trees UC Green volunteers planted in 2007 at…

Help Rebuild Veterans Park in Fairmount

A message from Fairmount CDC: Help Rebuild Veterans Memorial We need your help to restore the Veterans Park at 31st & Girard Fairmount CDC along with a team of community…

Baltimore Avenue Pedestrian Lighting Survey

Baltimore Avenue Pedestrian Lighting Survey University City District is conducting a study of the street lighting in the Baltimore Avenue Business District (45th to 50th Streets). Your responses to this survey…

A message from Bike Share Philadelphia

Take this survey. Please answer question #16 by recommending Bike Sharing! At the October 26, 2009 Forum on the Future of Bus Shelters and Street Furniture, (public amenities on the…

DesignPhiladelphia Kicks off Tomorrow!

DesignPhiladelphia Kicks off Tomorrow! From October 7 to 13 2009, over 125+ diverse and dynamic exhibitions, lectures, building tours, book signings, open studios, runway shows, and workshops will take place in…

Commissioner DiBerardinis Seeks Community Input on Merger of Parks & Recreation

Dear Friend of Parks and Recreation, I would like to extend an invitation for you to join me for a conversation on the merger of Philadelphia's  Fairmount Park System and Department…

SEPTA Makes Call for Artists for Broad & Girard Subway Station

SEPTA Issues Call for Metal-Panel Proposals for Broad & Girard Subway Stop - Deadline Sep 18 Local artists and metalworkers: SEPTA has just announced a juried public art competition. Phila-based individuals…

Spring Garden Street Greenway: Summary of Public Input

Thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Northern Liberties Neighbors Association and the generous giving of several local foundations, public agencies, and local organizations, this project presents a major opportunity to…

Second Saturday on Baltimore Avenue

University City Review: Second Saturday on Baltimore Avenue Second Saturdays will be a recurring event at 50th and Baltimore, with outdoor craft shows planned through October. The September 12 event…

Market Street Construction to begin late September, early October

  Ground will break on streetscape improvements along Market Street from 34th to 41st Streets in West Philadelphia will begin in late September or early October and completed by Spring 2010,…

Mural Arts project along the El featured in New York Times and Wall Street Journal

A message from the Mural Arts Program: Exciting News! The Mural Arts Program's Love Letter project is featured in today's issues of The New York Times and The Wall Street…

Chinatown leaders favor destruction of the Reading Viaduct

Weekly Press: Chinatown leaders favor destruction of the "Chinese Wall" Written by Mark Brakeman: In its quest for new, affordable housing, the neighborhood’s leaders are looking beyond Chinatown’s traditional boundary…

Can bikes and cars share the road?

Can bikes and cars share the road? By Eoin O’Carroll For the Christian Science Monitor An increase in the number of people commuting by bicycle instead of car would be an…

Take action to support Mill Creek Farm

A message from the Next Great City newsletter: For over 30 years, the Brown Street Community Garden has provided gardening space for neighbors in the Mill Creek neighborhood. And since 2005,…

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