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    • CHOP's new rendering, facing the river. Pelli Clarke Pelli architects.

Civic Design Review to CHOP: Progress made, more work needed on Schuylkill Ave. proposal

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's proposed office and research complex on the east side of the Schuylkill River at South Street has been improved, members of city planning's Civic Design Review…

    • Auto Civitas Vision

Ed Bacon competition examines Philly with driver-less cars

Student winners include teams from Cornell, Penn and the University of Texas; Former Mayor and Governor Rendell gets Edmund N. Bacon Prize What would life in Philadelphia look like if cars,…

    • Transit-oriented development grows in Fox Chase, but doubts exist in business community

Central Northeast District draft plan to be revealed in December

The draft recommendations for the Central Northeast District Plan include improving mass transit and making the major auto thoroughfare – Roosevelt Boulevard – safer for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. Based on…

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Penn Street Trail opens

A new trail segment opened Monday on the Central Delaware River Waterfront, now linking Spring Garden Street to Ellen Street, and eventually linking the East Coast and Spring Garden greenways to…

    • Columbia Avenue connector

Neighborhood-to-waterfront connector street projects moving forward

Progress continues on three street improvement projects designed to better link Philadelphia neighborhoods with the Central Delaware Riverfront through improved pedestrian and bicycle access, lighting, landscaping and signage.Delaware River Waterfront…

    • Second phase of plan aiming to boost walking, bike riding in Philadelphia presented to planning commission

Second phase of plan aiming to boost walking, bike riding in Philadelphia presented to planning commission

The second half of Philadelphia's first plan to make streets safer for bicyclists and pedestrians was presented to the city planning commission Tuesday. The first half of the plan, covering Northwest…

    • Dranoff

Dranoff "transit-oriented development" for South and Broad clears first planning commission hurdle

Developer Carl Dranoff wants to build up to 80 residential units with retail that might include restaurants, coffee shops, a grocery or a deli – and nearly as many spots to…

    • Riverfront Corp. gets feedback on new Delaware Ave./Columbus Blvd. traffic study

Riverfront Corp. gets feedback on new Delaware Ave./Columbus Blvd. traffic study

The Delaware Avenue/Columbus Boulevard traffic study kicking off next month will determine current vehicle counts and problem areas, but should also create projections based on potential development.Exactly how far into…

    • A bike share bike like Denver has

Bike share demonstration aims to stir demand for Philly amenity

Lakeisha Bishop, Serita Lewis and Bonny West happened upon the thickly-framed, shiny red bicycles when their University of Pennsylvania office had a fire drill late Thursday afternoon.The bikes were brought…

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