News & Politics

Personality

Leslie Richards on aging transportation systems in an ever-changing transit world

SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards discusses modernization, federal funding and adjusting to a new commuter world

News & Politics

Personality

‘It's in everything that we do’: Wayne Langerholc talks all things transportation

The chair of the Senate Transportation Committee discussed the opportunities in drone deployment and combating crime on public transit.

Capitol Beat

Policy

Shapiro touts federal broadband funding in visit to Erie County

The governor said the improved internet access will boost the economy and improve student outcomes.

Transportation

Policy

A brief history of havoc on Pennsylvania’s highways

City & State looks at some of the most memorable highway incidents over the last 10 years.

Philadelphia

Policy

Traveling Violation

The Philadelphia 76ers’ plan to move from South Philly to Center City is drawing plenty of opposition from local residents.

News & Politics

Policy

Pennsylvania sees big drop in housing project permit approvals

The slowdown could impact state and city efforts to increase the number of affordable homes.

News & Politics

Opinion

Opinion: The Sixers have a new process, and they’re trying to rush it

The pace at which 76 Place is pushing through is needlessly hurried and Philadelphians deserve answers.

Infrastructure

Politics

Almost a year later, Wolf and Pittsburgh leaders announce reopening of Fern Hollow Bridge

The bridge collapsed in January just as Joe Biden was set to visit Pittsburgh to discuss infrastructure improvements.

Capitol Beat

Policy

Wolf signs $2 billion tax credit package that boosts natural gas industry

The bill was negotiated behind closed doors and drew ire from both sides of the aisle.

Philadelphia

Policy

Philadelphia gets funding boost for bike trail plan connecting Maine to Florida

The Spring Garden Street Greenway received a $1 million grant to overhaul street and pedestrian walkways.