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The Federal Highway Administration is accepting public comments on the long overdue rewrite of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). The manual is an important document as it standardizes signs and lane marking across the nation. However the existing...read more
We have teamed up with the good folks at the Office of Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability to develop a ride series for 2021’s Vision Zero PHL Week to see some of Philadelphia’s Vision Zero, Complete Streets, and Circuit Trails infrastructure...read more
Last year, the City of Philadelphia added 2.8 miles of bike lanes, upgraded facilities on 7.5 miles of streets (e.g. sharrows to bike lanes, or standard bike lanes to buffered) and restriped more than 15 miles of existing bike facilities. This includes nearly...read more
According to the Office of Transportation and Infrastructure Systems (oTIS), the City of Philadelphia added and improved 33 miles of on-road bike infrastructure (bike lanes and sharrows) in 2017. Included in this number are approximately 4 miles of new bike lanes and...read more
As a feeder route to the Vine Street Expressway, Callowhill Street between 2nd and 6th Streets is as wide as 76 feet with 3 to 5 lanes of traffic. This creates a barrier for bicycle- and pedestrian-travel along or across. The City of Philadelphia asked the Delaware...read more