Input from Philadelphia citizens—through completed surveys and community meetings—played a major role in developing Phase I of Philadelphia’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan (released in October). The plan detailed recommendations and strategies for creating a more pedestrian and bike-friendly Philadelphia. Public support is now needed to complete Phase II, covering the Southwest, West, Olney/Oak Lane, Northeast and River Wards sections of the city. To fill out the survey, visit tooledesign.com/philadelphia.
Latest from #022 January 2011
It’s thrilling to see the Philadelphia Water Department taking aggressive, progressive action to solve the city’s
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Replace your lightbulbs and leave your lights ON - If you haven’t already taken advantage of