Guest Commentary: Getting the Big Stuff Done

As building has begun on the long-awaited park over I-95 along the Delaware River, the director of the William Penn Foundation lays out how we got here and why the process is a model for major development in the city

By Shawn McCaney

Josh Shapiro’s Master Class

Sure, the Governor’s handling of the I-95 mess has the nation talking. But in countless other ways — including his support of school vouchers—he’s demonstrating a political inside game, too

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: Build the Roosevelt Boulevard Subway

A Penn urbanist who has helped to revive the 100-year-old idea makes the case for expanding SEPTA in light of the I-95 disaster

By Jay Arzu

Your City Defined: I-95 (a Troubled History)

The overpass collapse last week was not the first catastrophe associated with Philly’s stretch of interstate. That dates back to … the beginning

By J.P. Romney

How to Make the I-95 Detour Not Suck (As Much)

Traffic is gonna be bad for a while. Here’s help making your way up and down the interstate more tolerable — and maybe even … fun?

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

Guest Commentary: A Bold Proposal for I-95

The interstate has splintered neighborhoods and magnified inequities since its construction in 1957. A former mayoral campaign staffer proposes a solution: transportation reparations

By Amanda Steinberg

The I-95 Wake-Up Call

The message is clear, an environmental justice advocate says: We must Stop. Using. Fossil Fuels.

By Charles D. Ellison