A recent, comprehensive Philadelphia Planning Commission study has determined "there is a major gap between the perceived availability of parking and the actual number of spaces that are available at any one time." (see story). Philadelphia parking policy has been driven by developers and anecdotes; let’s hope that the findings in this report signal the beginning of a more informed parking policy that is less auto-centric and guided by an informed and enlightened vision for Center City.
Monday, April 11, 2005
- A Smoke Filled Room
- Above Average Jane
- Akkam's Razor
- All for the Taking
- Boundless Philadelphia
- East Falls Development Corporation
- Greater Philadelphia Sustainable Business Network
- Kiko's House
- Mere Cat
- Our Green Cities
- Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society
- Philadelphia Bicycle News
- Philadelphia is My Home
- Philly Future
- Pound for Pound
- The Next American City
- The Tattered Coat
- Young Philly Politics
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- Encourage City Council to Pass Anti "Pay-to-Play" ...
- More Center City Condo News
- Spanning the Globe
- Philadelphia Taxis to Improve
- The Cookie Crumbles?
- Hotel Occupancy Off to a Strong Start in 2005
- More North Broad Street Rebound
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