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The Bicycle Coalition learned yesterday that the Kenney Administration has decided not to spend a portion of the revenue it receives from the Philadelphia Parking Authority to convert 8,000 meter poles into bike racks, despite bike parking being in short supply...read more
The Philadelphia Streets Department has announced its virtual public meeting for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive Bridge Rehabilitation Project. The Department is accepting feedback on the project through August 21, 2020. You can visit the website to look at the...read more
The Zoning Board of Adjustment recently ruled against a proposed “super Wawa” gas station on Columbus Boulevard, ending a years-long debate over a proposal which would have created a ridiculous and fairly ironic obstacle along the proposed Delaware River...read more
My name is Trinh V. Hoang and my pronouns are She/Her. I come from a first-generation Vietnamese family and was born and raised in Philadelphia. Growing up in Philly has exposed me to the beauty and grit of the city that has influenced me to study and work towards...read more
By Katie Burns, Development Fellow On Sunday, July 26, about 500 community members embarked on a twelve-mile bicycle ride that started at Dell Music Center in Fairmount Park, looped City Hall, and ended at Laurel Hill Cemetery in honor of the four lives taken this...read more
Sam Ozer’s tragic death at the intersection of Henry Ave and Barnes St. was preventable. Henry Ave in Northwest Philadelphia is one of the most dangerous roads in Philadelphia, responsible for 10 traffic deaths in the past five years, according to PennDOT data....read more