According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, a new, coordinated system for mitigating disruption and congestion caused by utility work on Philadelphia streets has been established. Eighteen utility and telecommunications companies, City departments/agencies, SEPTA and other stakeholders will meet monthly to resolve conflicts and coordinate work. The working group and related agreement also gives effect to an ordinance enacted last Spring requiring companies to reimburse the City for damage caused by street digging.
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
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