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Reading Viaduct Park Would Make Getting Around Philly Easier

Last September, after visiting the new Whitney Museum in New York, I climbed up to the High Line for what I thought would be a breezy stroll with gorgeous […]


Philadelphia Scientific’s Owner Has a Bright Idea: Electric Roads

With the exception of Tesla, electric cars haven’t gotten very far with the American car-buying public — or manufacturers for that matter. One reason? Keeping […]


Insider: How to Incentivize Development In Philly’s Overlooked Neighborhoods

(This is an opinion column from a Citified insider.) Last week, Councilman and Condo King Allan Domb went public with a proposal to double the […]

City Life

Indego to Embrace Fairmount Park This Year

The Indego bike share network turns one this April, and while the folks who run it are pleased with how well it’s done so far, it […]

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SEPTA Picks a King of Prussia Rail Route

SEPTA has reached a decision on which of the five possible routings for a Norristown High-Speed Line spur to King of Prussia it prefers. A map […]

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Bridge Inspections to Cause Slowdowns on Philly Roads Starting Next Week

If you’re driving during the middle of the day in and around Philadelphia between February 16th and February 25th, be prepared to slow down at […]

City Life

5 Takeaways From the Big Amtrak Derailment Story in the New York Times Magazine

The New York Times Magazine today has unveiled a long story examining last spring’s Amtrak derailment, the crash of train 188 at Philadelphia’s Frankford Junction […]

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FRA Has Plans for a Rail Tunnel Under Center City to the Airport

The Federal Railroad Administration, having come up with three plans for the future of the Northeast Corridor (NEC) came back to Philadelphia yesterday to gather public […]

City Life

The Five Biggest Philadelphia Transportation Stories of 2015

If anything, 2015 was the Year of the Bike on the transportation front locally, with major new facilities opening up the promise of faster, easier bike […]

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SEPTA’s Big Regional Rail Schedule Changes Start Sunday

Back in 1985, when service began on SEPTA’s Airport Regional Rail line, the agency was still trying to get its railroad operations act together after […]

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Toll System Tested at Delaware River Crossing

When you cross the Delaware River from New Jersey next year, you might want to smile: Cameras will be watching. A new tolling system is […]


Uber Launched its Own Video Game

So, Uber just launched a new video game. Seriously. But it’s not just meant to be a good time — it’s meant to recruit new […]

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SEPTA, Others Turn to Hackers to Improve Transit

SEPTA and others have turned to hackers to help enhance the mass transit experience throughout Philadelphia. This past weekend, SEPTA and Code for Philly hosted a hack-a-thon […]


The Brief: America’s Infrastructure Problem

1. Amtrak Crash Sparks Debate Over Country’s Crumbling Infrastructure The gist: Last night, an Amtrak train en route to New York City derailed in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood. […]


The Bicycle (Riding) Lobby Has Won, and Philly Will Never Be the Same Again

For years now, a lot of the shorthand, sarcastic, political insider criticism of Mayor Michael Nutter has referenced his affinity for bike lanes. As in: “Yeah the poverty […]