The Philadelphia Inquirer

"A five-year, $82 million project to replace seven bridges over the Vine Street Expressway will also remodel the cultural spine of the city," reports Paul Nussbaum.
2 days ago   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>Mayors of Reading and Scranton, Pa. plead for presidential candidates to address substantive city-region issues, such as transit access, investment in high-tech industries and increased federal funding for sustainable infrastructure improvements.</p>
Apr 30, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>One Philadelphia councilman wants his city to follow the lead of more pedestrian-friendly New York and ensure that construction projects don't interfere with sidewalks.</p>
Apr 13, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>Urban issues and metropolitan policy are noticeably absent from the platforms of the three main presidential candidates.</p>
Apr 4, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>With a growing consensus for change, the challenge for the Philadelphia's leaders now is figuring out how to actually fix the city's planning and zoning system.</p>
Apr 1, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>Big developments are on the slate in Philadelphia, and some argue that the city needs to develop a skyscraper policy to control the city's changing face.</p>
Feb 26, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>Retired FEMA trailers originally sent to house the displaced after Hurricane Katrina have found new purpose in a government programs that distributes them for use by local municipalities.</p>
Jan 21, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>Public transit systems must be closely linked with new development and projections of growth for communities to sustain themselves in a changing environment, according to this op-ed.</p>
Jan 21, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>A community activist in Philadelphia is rallying support to pressure the city to consider a bike-sharing program similar to the Paris Velib system.</p>
Jan 20, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>St. Louis and Philadelphia are entering the final weeks of competition to become the host of a new Major League Soccer expansion team. One city has stadium plans, the other has investors. Neither has both.</p>
Jan 1, 2008   The Philadelphia Inquirer
<p>Plans to convert a 311-mile section of Pennsylvania's Interstate 80 have been dealt a severe setback by the federal government, which recently returned the state's application.</p>
Dec 17, 2007   The Philadelphia Inquirer