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May 6: PMA coming to Passyunk | Designing for aging populations | The case against curbs

The Nutter administration clarifies they aren't against pay-by-phone curb parking, they just want an analysis of the revenue impact.

Reproductions of artwork from the Philadelphia of Museum of Art are coming to East Passyunk streets.

Mark Dent sums up the PPA's new electric car charging program: "Buy an electric car, and the PPA will give you your own parking space in front of your home."

As populations age, how should PA cities prepare?

James Jennings runs down this year's impressive list of summer pop-ups.

The Trump site on the Delaware River waterfront has been sold.

San Francisco wants to make biking safer by raising the lanes out of the street.

Alternatively, cities could think about doing away with curbs altogether.

The latest traffic-calming tool: houses.



 

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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