The City of Boston has several projects in the works as part of an ongoing Climate Ready Boston initiative in response to the changing climate patterns we’ve been experiencing and which are only expected to increase in frequency and severity, but the projects seem to miss a key connection between heat and transportation.
In this two part focus on issues related to the Keystone State, we look (here) at efforts to build a long-proposed subway line to Northeast Philadelphia and (below) efforts to make Harrisburg's State Street safer for all users.
In our second Pennsylvania piece today, we look at how the new mayor of Harrisburg has stalled an effort to redesign one of the most dangerous streets in the state amid — you guessed it — complaints about lost parking spaces.
Critics of outdoor dining need to stop rat-cheting up the rhetoric on dining areas, experts say.
The greenway includes a contraflow bike lane, facilitating two-way bike traffic between the Chicago River and Western Avenue.
Here are a few Streetsblog news nuggets to start your weekend.