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    • Indego Bike Share Station at Race Street Pier/Emma Lee, WHYY

Philly looking to 'boost' bike share with controversial new technology

Sharing may go from caring to cutthroat in Philadelphia as the city opens the door to a smattering of venture capital-backed dockless bike share companies that have quickly turned the easy…

    • Indego | Steve Ives, EOTS Flickr Group

Indego Bike Share turns two, celebrates 1.2 million rides with new stations in Fishtown, South Philly and Center City

On Thursday, Indego celebrated its second birthday and was showered with a dozen new stations, 200 new bikes and a $930,000 grant from the William Penn Foundation to support community outreach…

    • Digital Skills and Bicycle Thrills: Indego orientation at Lutheran Settlement House | Samantha Maldonado

Indego meets Internet literacy in course helping adults learn both

As Jennifer Kobrin, Program Manager at the Office of Adult Education, led the orientation of the third cohort of the Digital Skills and Bicycle Thrills (DSBT) program, she explained to…

    • CHOP Community Health and Literacy Center

May 10: Kenney's Streets Commissioner on leave | Huge new South Philly community center | Open data at PPD

Streets Commissioner Donald Carlton has been placed on unpaid leave from the Kenney administration, following reports that he was arrested Friday for "punching an unidentified man 'multiple times in the face'…

    • Point Breeze pop-up

April 25: WSJ on Philly open data | NJ gas tax debate | Point Breeze pop-up, Round II

The Christie administration and legislative Democrats still can't reach agreement on a plan to raise the state gas tax to replenish New Jersey's fast-draining transportation trust fund, says Samantha Marcus. Philadelphia…

    • Indego Bike Share Station at Race Street Pier/Emma Lee, WHYY

Indego gets 24 new stations, 300 new bikes and more for first birthday

Indego turned one today, and the city threw Philly’s bike share system quite the birthday celebration. Cake was served. “Happy Birthday” was sung. All Indego’s friends showed up: Mayor Jim Kenney,…

    • New 19-bike Indego station on South Street West | Marcus Ferreira
Eyes on the Street

How South Street West became a bike-ped haven

A handful of in-street parking spaces on South Street West have been converted to support bike and pedestrian amenities instead of cars. Community Contributor Marcus Ferreira of the South Street West…

    • North Front Street

March 9: Bike share's safety record | National Park Service's Philly love note | Front Street infill boomlet

A new study from Mineta Transportation Institute finds that bike share has a better safety track record than personal cycling. As Tom MacDonald points out, the finding that bike share…

    • Indego station

March 4: Visit Philly gives hotel guests free Indego | Inclusion at Schuylkill Yards | Reviewing SEPTA's King of Prussia route

Inga Saffron talks to redevelopment experts who worry the Philadelphia Housing Authority is in over its head in Sharswood. "Is PHA the right agency to resuscitate the struggling neighborhood? Some…

    •  15 Trolley, 15th and Girard | Theresa Stigale

It's been a bumpy ride. Philly Transportation: A Year in Review

As 2015 draws to a close, it’s only natural to look back and reflect. Virtually every news story you’ll read this week, including this one, is some variant of “A Year…

    • Indego station

Indego popular for university commuters and joyriders, mixed results for low-income outreach

Unique among bike share programs, Philadelphia’s Indego attempts to serve lower income communities as an affordable, healthy, and green commuting option. Indego strives to be a model for other cities, a…

    • Fairmount Indego station

December 8: Philly's affordability in context | The real estate value of bike share | Art gallery closings

Via City Observatory, a new tool for comparing housing costs shows about 50% of Philadelphians live in zipcodes where the median rent is $1,000 a month or less, compared to…

    • Rendering of Navy Yard with potential subway location circled

November 16: Navy Yard BSL extension study | Monthly Indego passes and equity | Two-way Spruce and Callowhill

Dan Kelley reports federal, state, and local officials, along with local labor leaders, will release a new study today on the economic impact of extending the Broad Street Line to the Navy…

    • Door-like facade

October 26: Doors and Windows ordinance struck down | Shale money for housing | Who pays for roads

The city's Doors and Windows ordinance, which empowers L+I to fine property owners for unsecured or missing windows and doors their buildings, was overturned by the Court of Common Pleas…

    • isaac wei mural

September 30: Philly's deep poverty problem | No traffic box for DNC | Nap pods

Among the 10 largest US cities, Philly has the highest deep poverty rate, reports Alfred Lubrano, affecting about 186,000 people, or 12.3% of the city’s population. Claudia Vargas reports the…

    • Andrew Stober

Q&A: Council candidate Andrew Stober on bike share politics, Councilmanic prerogative, and the vacant land problem nobody's talking about

Back in June we reported that Andrew Stober, former chief of staff at the Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities, would be making an independent run for an At-Large City Council…

    • Andrew Stober

Andrew Stober: Full Q&A

Back in June we reported that Andrew Stober, former chief of staff at the Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities, would be making an independent run for an At-Large City Council…

    • The Divine Lorraine and beyond.

September 16: Controller's "special investigation" of L+I | William Penn funding Indego expansion | Divine Lorraine groundbreaking

What began as a simple audit of L+I by the Controller's office turned into a full-on "special investigation," after the agency allegedly threw up roadblocks to information requests, reports Alfred Lubrano.…

    • Indego bike station usage patterns

Here are the daily usage patterns for every Indego bike share station

Since Indego first rolled out last spring, we've been intensely interested in the questions around how Philadelphians are using the new bike share service: how fast it's growing compared to our…

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