Urban Planning

Building Bike Infrastructure in Philly

Building Bike Infrastructure in Philly

The Whys and Hows

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on April 22, 2014

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Advocacy, Urban, Urban Planning:

After Kate Mundie’s last Philly Pedals piece, she received a question about who puts up signs and where the money comes from. Here are some answers.

The End of the Trail

The End of the Trail

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on March 18, 2014

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Commuting, Tips & Safety, Urban Planning:

Philly has great trails around the city, but the areas where the trails and car infrastructure meet, cross, or mix are often problematic.

New Bike Racks for Philadelphia

New Bike Racks for Philadelphia

Artist-designed racks will debut at the PHS Flower Show

on February 20, 2014

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News, Urban Planning:

Last summer the call was put out for artists to design new bike racks. Now, the racks are almost ready for debut.

Communication Breakdown

Communication Breakdown

Road usage confusion

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on February 18, 2014

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Advocacy, Tips & Safety, Urban Planning:

I have been biking in Philly for 22 years. For all our progress in this time we have a hard time with clarity of design on our streets.

Smith Memorial Arch (1897-1912) in West Fairmount Park is one of the recommended stops on aPA's Public Art Bike Map.

Museum Without Walls

Journey through Philadelphia’s Public Art at Your Own Pace

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on January 30, 2014

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Art & Education, Urban Planning:

Philadelphia has one of the largest collections of public art in the United States. Check it out by bike or on foot.