Philadelphia Streets Department
“When moisture gets inside of these older traffic signal boxes and the temperatures drop quickly, they freeze up inside, causing problems with the signals,” streets commissioner David Perri explains.
Mother Nature has packed a whallop for trash collection vehicles in the city, according to Philadelphia streets commissioner David Perri.
Philadelphia residents can start dropping off their Christmas trees for recycling on Monday, January 6th.
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Sixth District councilman Bobby Henon says bandit signs -– usually offering cash for gold or cash for your home or car — are a constant and annoying nuisance throughout the city.
The Philadelphia Streets Department is taking applications to be part of the second class of a program which aims to get young adults on the right track.
A big chunk of the resurfacing project will take place from Market to South Streets along 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th streets. Rotating parking restrictions and street closures are expected.
Cleanup efforts were underway following Philadelphia’s 4th of July Jam on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway Thursday night.
The program, “Philly Future Track,” provides paid positions for 130 young people who are out of work and not going to college.
The Streets Department says it is offering an environmentally friendly alternative for the disposal of your Christmas tree after the holidays.
The changes are aimed at easing neighbor-versus-neighbor squabbles.
Philadelphia Streets Department crews will be out, starting tomorrow, rounding up abandoned bicycles in advance of Old Man Winter.
With snow and rain expected to impact the area, officials were working hard to keep roads and transit running smoothly on Tuesday.
The big race isn’t until Sunday, but Marathon weekend here in Philadelphia officially kicks off today as many of the over 30,000 runners and 60,000 spectators arrive in town.
City controller Alan Butkovitz is critical of several city departments for their lack of oversight in connection with construction activity in North Philadelphia, near the Temple University campus.