mortgagepants t1_jdvbt6c wrote

yeah for sure. the trolley's will make a huge difference for connectivity. the loop is there in front of Byrne's tavern- i would guess it would be a 10-15 minute ride down to frankford and girard. that will be a game changer for that neighborhood.


mortgagepants t1_jdv43ie wrote

he said this july 8th- “I’m waiting for something bad to happen all the time. I’ll be happy when I’m not here, when I’m not mayor, and I can enjoy some stuff”

after the PPD so obviously planted a bullet inside one of their cloth caps.

it is fucking shameful this happened friday afternoon, and nobody in any official capacity said anything until sunday afternoon. if you don't want to do your job, leave your job. don't let a million people drink poisoned water because you want to take the weekend off.


mortgagepants t1_jdcpynl wrote

this is my biggest beef too. septa has no problem hopping on the MBTA project for their double decker trains, but a fare system that will impact every rider? of course that's the time to blaze a trail.

anyone know the company who has the contract? maybe they're connected in some way with the septa board members.