The Philadelphia Inquirer

While most big city transit systems have moved on to electronic passes or paper tickets, Philadelphia's riders are left to deal with tokens and transfer slips until SEPTA's plans for a system upgrade come to fruition.
Jan 11, 2016   The Philadelphia Inquirer
Culture is drawing people to downtowns.
Jul 20, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
Architect Daniel Kelley headed a team that modernized and softened the "Brutalist-style" campus dorm buildings.
Jul 15, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
The historic Philadelphia-area city has been part of a concerted effort to rebuild, but housing, not retail, is where the money is.
Jun 10, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
Quarry sites around the Philadelphia area are being purchased for their redevelopment opportunities.
May 2, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia is experimenting with the latest trend in public housing: creating low-density, mixed income communities in historic-looking rowhouses.
Apr 17, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia citizens weigh in on the direction of parking policy in downtown.
Apr 9, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
The good news is that Center City's population has jumped. The bad news is that the increase is offset by a loss in office jobs.
Mar 24, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
Environmental issues are uniting conservatives and liberals even while the nation becomes more polarized.
Mar 23, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
First Illinois, now New Jersey. Will privatizing toll roads become the next new trend?
Jan 26, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia Mayor Street's multimillion-dollar effort to reduce blight in city neighborhoods appears to be working.
Jan 3, 2005   The Philadelphia Inquirer