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Oren Roth-Eisenberg Feb 28
A reminder that protective infrastructure benefits more than just one mode of transit. We need more in this city.
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James Zale Apr 17
Replying to @jameszale
Please implement this as soon as possible.
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Athena Contracting Mar 16
Presenting at the Conference at Temple University!
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James Zale Mar 9
Replying to @PhillyOTIS
Here’s one example of a busy intersection—18th & Chestnut—where all four painted crosswalks have completely worn away. Unpainted crosswalks like this make it MUCH LESS SAFE for pedestrians. Please do a better job of maintaining painted crosswalks across the city.
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WaFFiYYaH Mar 16
Vision Zero is hard for all cites but don’t forget the importance of those small wins that really make a huge impact. ~
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Ben She May 22
Images from Island Ave Improvement Project. Probably the largest to date, plus SEPTA trolley mod
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Yocasta Lora 🇩🇴 31 Jan 19
Today joined legislative breakfast to talk about upcoming legislation & initiatives to create equitable transportation policies, to improve health, safety and accessible communities for all.
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Matt Ludwig Mar 16
Another fantastic Summit today, and a continued pledge from to make our streets safer. Thanks to for all your hard work!
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Phila. Bikes Jun 17
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Veronica Mar 16
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BCGP Biking The Region Feb 24
Another simple yet effective traffic calming measure. Rubber speed bumps and hardened centerlines.
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5th Square Sep 17
Willie Brown is running for TWU re-election on a platform of winning laxer rulings around “pedestrian knockdowns” 🙃
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Philly Free Streets Jul 26
We are so excited to welcome as a new partner in the Safety Zone this year! They will be teaching you bicycle/helmet safety and giving away bicycle helmets to kids on a first come, first serve basis! 👉You read right, a helmet give-away.
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Yocasta Lora 🇩🇴 Jun 19
Today joined signed legislation that will bring speed enforcement cameras to to reduce traffic fatality & serious injury by 2030
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Phila. Streets Dept. Jun 6
Paving projects are opportunities to install improvements. We are partnering with to install improvements at 5 high crash locations along N. Broad, as part of paving. Learn more about the hardened lines that will be installed:
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Cherelle Parker May 2
My bill authorizing automated speed cameras on Roosevelt Blvd between 9th Street and the Philadelphia County line passed out of Council’s Streets Committee today. Thank you to LaTanya Byrd, former PA Rep. John Taylor, and for their advocacy.
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WaFFiYYaH Mar 16
When advocating for safer streets it’s important to connect with community partners; listen to their needs; provide information & support. Great panel on Vision Zero Listening sessions with
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Denis Devine Nov 17
Proud to support Families for Safe Streets efforts at Works Remembrance Day for Victims of Traffic Violence. Brought my kids along because this isn’t altruism but self-preservation for us.
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Travis Southard Mar 16
Question asker: If I’m not from here, how do I know where to ride? Finding good routes should not require trial and error. Better signage and obvious route building will help that.
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ichtaka' Hernandez Mar 16
There are even cats involved in this conference 😱
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