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You are viewing 5 articles with the tag Public Space by the author Anthony Campisi

    • Credit: Lager Raabe Skafte Landscape Architects, Inc.

30th Street gets new pedestrian approach

A major highway project has given the University City District a chance to make the south side of 30th Street Station a little bit more friendly to pedestrians.The group is…

Transit First pilot gets some tweaks

City and SEPTA officials have made some tweaks to the Transit First pilot program.The pilot, which affects the southern portion of the Route 47 bus, aims at improving service reliability…

    • Escalator at 15th Street and Concourse

SEPTA appeals lower court ruling on its elevator responsibility

SEPTA continued a long-running and contentious battle against a disabilities advocacy group on Monday, asking a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit to overturn a…

    • Concerns over and compliments for SEPTA art program

Concerns over and compliments for SEPTA art program

A philosophical debate over the value of art dominated a meeting of the SEPTA Board’s administration committee Thursday. The board was reviewing a contract amendment for Art in Transit projects at…

    • James Estrin/The New York Times / One of the new CEMUSA newsstands was installed last week near the Queens Center mall.

New pitches for "street furniture"

Philadelphians had a chance on Monday to hear from four companies that will probably be bidding for the city’s new 20-year contract to install and maintain street furniture.
The city is…

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