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Pressure to Open Space in Philly as COVID Continues
Pressure to Open Space in Philly as COVID Continues

Philadelphia received national attention when Mayor James Kenney closed Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to vehicular traffic in March 2020. The move was meant to create a large, open, and safe space for pedestrians, cyclists, and individuals to walk, cycle, stroll while ...

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    Philadelphia received national attention when Mayor James Kenney closed Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to vehicular traffic in March 2020. The move was meant to create a large, open, and safe space for ...

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