The Hub 9/27/17: Clean Air Council’s Weekly Round-up of Transportation News
“The Hub” is a weekly round-up of transportation related news in the Philadelphia area and beyond. Check back weekly to keep up to date on the issues Clean Air Council’s transportation staff finds important.
Hidden City: Wayne Junction Moves Forward With Revitalization – A coalition of local business owners, nonprofit organizations, and City agencies are partnering with developer Ken Weinstein to create a vibrant, mixed use development that will take advantage of this historic transit hub.
The Guardian: Uber stripped of London licence due to lack of corporate responsibility – Transport for London declined to renew Uber’s licence to operate. The decision has been a controversial one, and is currently being challenged in the courts.
Plan Philly: Major rehab of Chestnut Street Bridge will close it for a year next summer, PennDOT says – The inconvenience of one less bridge across the Schuylkill for a year will have a pay off for cyclists with Philadelphia’s first bike lane traffic signals planned as part of the Chestnut Street Bridge rehab.
Daily Hive: Montreal to invest $150M in ambitious new 5-year bike plan – Informed by their commitment to Vision Zero, Montreal has set out to create world class cycling infrastructure to save lives and increase cycling.
Curbed: 101 ways to improve transportation in your city– From making transit more accessible to developing more densely, there are tons of ways to improve transportation in your city. Which one is your favorite?
Image Source: Hidden City