You are viewing 6 articles with the tag SEPTA by the author Jared Brey

    • Smith Playground renovation | Ambit Architecture

December 29: Smith Playground | Tax delinquency data | Tech companies in Center City

The Washington Post dives into the ethical quandaries posed by driverless cars. Should they swerve out of the way of a stray schoolbus or, even if it means sacrificing their own…

    • SEPTA Route 23 and old trolley tracks.

November 24: Longest bus route splits Sunday | Zoning and Inequality | Old City Marriott | 40th St. Trolley

Bus route 23, which runs from the bottom of South Philly to the crest of Chestnut Hill, will be split as of this Sunday, Philadelphia Magazine reports. The route is…

    • A 2011 view of the elevated Reading Viaduct in the Callowhill neighborhood

City moves to acquire part of the Reading Viaduct

The city is moving to purchase a portion of the Reading Viaduct in anticipation of the development of an elevated park there. Last week, Councilman Mark Squilla introduced a bill that…

    • mt vernon edit

Updated: Developer plans 40-unit apartment complex for century-old body shop in West Poplar

Update: The Zoning Board of Adjustment granted zoning variances on Wednesday to Advanced Real Estate Concepts LP, a developer planning a 40-unit residential complex for a century-old building at 13th and…

    • Photo by Steve Ives, phillytrax on Flickr

SEPTA updates City Council on lease negotiations

Since a resolution authorizing hearings on SEPTA’s lease agreement with the City was passed by City Council early last month, the two parties have begun working more closely and have drawn…

    • Council authorizes hearings on City’s lease agreement with SEPTA

Council authorizes hearings on City’s lease agreement with SEPTA

Members of City Council approved a resolution Thursday morning which authorizes the Committee on Appropriations to hold hearings looking into the City’s lease agreement with SEPTA. The resolution was introduced by…

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