Philly City Council mulls how to slow down city traffic

Philly City Council mulls how to slow down city traffic

Members of Philadelphia City Council discussed traffic calming practices for the second time within a month Tuesday to determine whether or not the city will implement additional policies to decrease traffic deaths. 

Wednesday, June 20, 2018/Author: Taylor Allen
Categories: Philadelphia
Pittsburgh to partner with Ford to improve city’s mobility

Pittsburgh to partner with Ford to improve city’s mobility

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto stood with John Kwant, vice president of Ford City Solutions Tuesday to announce a partnership between Ford, the city, and the Department of Infrastructure and Mobility that will make the Steel City the first to participate in the company’s City of Tomorrow Challenge.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018/Author: Atiya Irvin-Mitchell
Categories: Pittsburgh
Philly City Council discusses traffic calming possibilities

Philly City Council discusses traffic calming possibilities

With the city home to one of the highest rates of pedestrian traffic fatalities in America, Philadelphia City Council Monday held a hearing to address keeping kids safe from the dangers of the city’s busy streets.

Monday, May 14, 2018/Author: Taylor Allen
Categories: Philadelphia
House committee renews push for local police radar law

House committee renews push for local police radar law

Get pulled over by a local police officer in Pennsylvania and you can be sure of at least one thing – you weren’t caught speeding by a radar gun.

That’s because in the Commonwealth, radar timing devices can be only used by the state police. Pennsylvania is the only state that prohibits municipal police from using radar, and Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) is the latest in a long succession of lawmakers who want that to change.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018/Author: Mike Howells
Categories: News and Views
Proposed Pittsburgh budget avoids tax increases for third year in a row

Proposed Pittsburgh budget avoids tax increases for third year in a row

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and the Office of Management and Budget submitted a $555 million operating budget and $105 million capital spending plan for 2018 to the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority Friday.

The proposed budget holds the line on tax increases for the third consecutive year and provides a boost to public safety and transportation spending. 

Friday, September 22, 2017/Author: Alanna Koll
Categories: Pittsburgh
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