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April 9: Citizen Sam's L&I plan | Glow in the dark safety paint | The case for bus transfers

The King of Jeans building is finally coming down, to be replaced by a 59-foot building with 12 apartments and ground floor commercial.

Glow in the dark paint for safer night biking, and Chris Cummins points out that it presents some interesting possibilities for public art.

Conrad Benner is hosting a street art panel discussion at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Non-candidate Sam Katz released his policy positions on reforming L&I.

Pittsburgh is launching a website for residents to track the street paving schedule.

How to repair a surface parking crater like the one on the Camden waterfront that just won the Golden Crater award from Streetsblog readers.

Jarrett Walker makes the case for bus transfers, but elsewhere writes that they should be free

About the author

Jon Geeting

Jon Geeting was Engagement Editor at Plan Philly from 2014-2016. He has also covered city and state politics, land use, transportation, and economic policy for Next City, Keystone Politics, This Old City, Philadelphia Magazine, and City Paper. Jon grew up in Bethlehem, PA and moved to Philadelphia in 2013 after an 11-year detour to New York City. Follow him on Twitter @jongeeting.



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