- Measuring the Impact of Public Transportation Access and Funding Decisions on Public Health
- Tidbit Tuesday — Exploring SEPTA Ridership, Part 1
- MOTUnes Monday | Come Fly with Me
- Bicycle Extraordinaire, Elly Blue, Coming to Philly on 5/19!
- Could Grocery Delivery be More Efficient Than a Trip to the Store?
Category Archives: MOTU Announcements
Philadelphia’s newest parklet is now open in Chinatown at the corner of 10th & Cherry Streets! Below are photos from its debut over the weekend. Parklets have been growing in popularity in Philadelphia over the past two years. Each one … Continue reading
The Ride of Silence is scheduled to take place Wednesday,May 15th at 6:45 P.M. The purposes of this silent ride are to honor cyclists killed/injured in motor vehicle related accidents and to raise awareness about the rights of cyclists to … Continue reading
Tuesday will provide Philadelphian’s a plethora of opportunities to learn about Bikeshare systems, examine the equipment and learn about how systems work in cities such as Denver, DC and Boston. Bike Share Demonstration What: See bike sharing in person, meet the … Continue reading
Due to overwhelming demand, DVRPC and MOTU announced today that they will offer a webinar option for the upcoming Summit. Once registered, webinar attendees will be able to hear speakers and see the presentations in real time. All sessions will … Continue reading
Don’t forget to sign up for the Philly Bike Share Forum, here.
The Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities now has a Twitter Feed! Be sure to follow us on twitter for the most up to date accounts of MOTU activities in the City. Click here to see what we’re up to … Continue reading
Mayor Michael A. Nutter has announced that Philadelphia develop a Bike-Share System that will enable Philadelphians, commuters and visitors to checkout iconic, sturdy bikes from a self-service docking stations and drop it off at another station. With this announcement Philadelphia … Continue reading
This morning 7 clowns stood guard at the corner of 15th and JFK. The clowns were on a mission: to make sure that Philadelphia drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists obeyed traffic laws. The clowns specifically targeted distracted drivers and walkers; drivers not … Continue reading
Earlier we announced that we are co-hosting the Greater Philadelphia Pedestrian & Bicycle Summit 2013 with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, to be held April 30th. We are happy to announce that registration for this event is now open!! … Continue reading