This Old City
Title: This Old City
Description: This Old City Jump to navigation Search form Search Tuesday, 16 August 2016 public space, redefined. we are: 501(c)3 Drexel engineering professor breaks out scare tactics on Open Streets PHL 5Oct Cate is ranked 7245182 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,384. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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This Old City Jump to navigation Search form Search Tuesday, 16 August 2016 public space, redefined. we are: 501(c)3 Drexel engineering professor breaks out scare tactics on Open Streets PHL 5Oct Category: Critique By: Patrick Miner Joseph Martin, Ph.D., P.E. (image credit Haverford School District website) As the groundswell of public and official support for Open Streets PHL continues to build, the Philadelphia Inquirer publishes a new article putting Philly’s Open Streets proposals in the context of similar events around the world. The piece also muddies the waters, however, by including some bizarre comments by Drexel professor of civil engineering Joseph Martin. Read More Tags: engineering, open streets, senior citizens, propaganda, debate, transportation Comments Comments Why PopenStreets was so powerful 29Sep Category: Advocacy By: Patrick Miner Over the past few days a drastic change in attitude of what is possible in Philadelphia emerged. The Open Streets Philly facebook page - established Monday evening - already has nearly 4,000 supporters and nearly 2,500 have signed the petition calling for car-free weekends next summer. The flurry of related articles is growing. Read More Tags: walking, biking, streets, open streets, justice, tactical urbanism, magic Comments Comments Go West Young Man: This Old City Founder Bids Farewell To Philadelphia 24Sep Category: News By: Geoff Kees Thompson Thank you Philadelphia. You never cease to inspire. Anyone who has lived through their 20s will tell you it's a decade of intense turbulence and growth. For most of my twenties and some of my thirties, Philadelphia has been my home. But much more than that, this city has shaped me in ways I don't always recognize. Philadelphia is the place that inspired my love for cities and my desire to pursue a masters degree studying them. Philadelphia is the place where my heart first broke and I spent the better part of two years putting it back together. Philadelphia is the place I found my faith in God and the supernatural. Read More Tags: Ch-Ch-Changes Comments Comments The Four-Foot Berth Law Should Be The Cornerstone of Vision Zero in Philadelphia 24Jun Category: Advocacy By: Jon Geeting A few months ago when my pregnant wife and I were biking home on S. 10th Street, south of Lombard where the buffered bike lane terminates for no good reason, an impatient driver began screaming obscenities at us for taking the full lane. Read More Tags: Vision Zero, Bike Lanes Comments Comments The Morning Commute: June 8, 2015 8Jun Category: News By: Dan Sigmans Surface parking lots: a really terrible use of downtown property. Good morning all! Architecture (both good and bad), historic preservation, and other stories below. Check them out! 1. Here's a bunch of well-known architects defending some of the world's most hated architecture. 2. The Urban Land Institute has nominated 6 urban spaces for this year's Urban Open Space Award. Check out the nominations! Read More Tags: Morning Commute Comments Comments Pages … … Older Posts Main menu Home News Advocacy Critique Policy Vignettes Disqus Live Feed Posts by Category Advocacy64 Critique16 News235 Policy51 Vignettes18 About Us By re-envisioning our streets, parks, infrastructure and policy, This Old City creates new dialogue on Philadelphia's urban form. We do this through design proposals, policy analysis, informed commentary, and advocacy. Mission To create a vibrant, safer, greener, healthier Philadelphia via better public space. Copyright ? This Old City all rights reserved images not owned, noted as such. Follow Us f l o i r Subscribe to our mailing list: Contact Us tips, ideas, collaboration? email us or call +1.215.645.2144 Donate We are a registered 501(c)3 Graphic design by This Old City, web coding by red behemoth Whois

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