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    • Rendering of new 40th Street headhouse with 'Nexus' by Marianne Lovink & Scott Eunson

Art Commission approves 40th St. Station entrance design

The Art Commission has approved designs for four new headhouses at 40th Street Station on SEPTA’s Market-Frankford line in West Philly. The new structures, part of SEPTA’s Art In Transit program,…

    • SEPTA Route 23 and old trolley tracks. www.phillytrolley.org

November 24: Longest bus route splits Sunday | Zoning and Inequality | Old City Marriott | 40th St. Trolley

Bus route 23, which runs from the bottom of South Philly to the crest of Chestnut Hill, will be split as of this Sunday, Philadelphia Magazine reports. The route is…

    • The study will look at light rail as well as improvements to current transit systems

Here's an update on every major transportation project in the city

When planning your city’s future, the first step, obviously, is to sort your priorities into a series of categories and subcategories. That’s what Philadelphia’s Planning Commission has done with the Philadelphia2035…

    • Willow Grove Ave Bridge corrosion, photo courtesy of the Streets Dept.

Councilman hopes to empower city to repair roads and bridges it doesn't own

Councilman David Oh introduced a bill in City Council on Thursday that would empower the Streets Department to repair and maintain roads, bridges, and other byways outside its traditional jurisdiction. The…

    • Piazza Garage proposal | Tim Haahs & Associates

Piazza in Northern Liberties to get a dedicated parking garage

A four-story, 300-car parking garage will be built behind the Piazza at Schmidt’s in Northern Liberties after the proposal was vetted on Tuesday by the Civic Design Review Committee, a board…

    • A 52 pulling up to the Park West bus shelter.

Advertising firm will build new bus shelters and street furniture

Philadelphia is finalizing a contract with the national transit advertising company Titan that will result in the replacement of all 300 of the city’s existing bus shelters. The contract will also…

    • Council approves new parking regulations, gives itself bike-lane veto power

Council approves new parking regulations, gives itself bike-lane veto power

City Council is slowly taking over the streets of Philadelphia. On Thursday, Council members passed a dozen bills creating new parking regulations on portions of streets throughout the city, and introduced…

    • Photo by Steve Ives, phillytrax on Flickr

SEPTA updates City Council on lease negotiations

Since a resolution authorizing hearings on SEPTA’s lease agreement with the City was passed by City Council early last month, the two parties have begun working more closely and have drawn…

    • Council authorizes hearings on City’s lease agreement with SEPTA

Council authorizes hearings on City’s lease agreement with SEPTA

Members of City Council approved a resolution Thursday morning which authorizes the Committee on Appropriations to hold hearings looking into the City’s lease agreement with SEPTA. The resolution was introduced by…

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