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

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: The Ugly Opportunity Lurking Beneath City Hall

Mayor Parker wants to “clean and green” the city? A longtime Philadelphia journalist knows just where she can start

By Linn Washington Jr.

Guest Commentary: Learning from Rina Cutler

A former deputy recalls the legendary Philly transportation chief, who died last week leaving a legacy of mentorship, integrity and citizen-focused service

By Andrew Stober

An Answer to Our Transit Crisis

Kansas City, Austin and California are using a new kind of federal-city partnership to radically reform transit in their regions. Drexel’s Metro Finance lays out what Philly can learn from them

By Bruce Katz

Speed Cameras Save Lives. Why Are We Still Only Testing Out The Idea?

The first in a series on pilot programs looks at one that has deterred speeders and saved lives on Roosevelt Boulevard may not become permanent. How can Philly sustain — and keep track of — our City’s many such feasibility studies?

By J.P. Romney

The Growth Machine Agenda for Transportation and Infrastructure

Philly 3.0’s engagement director lays out what he believes our next mayor prioritize when it comes to all things SEPTA

By Jon Geeting

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

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