Tag Archive: parklets

2013: Could It Be the Year of the Parklet?

I reported last year on MOTU’s (the Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities) efforts to promote parklet development across Philadelphia… well they are at it again. Six parklets were developed in 2012 through… Continue reading

Park(ing) Day to Showcase Philly Parklets

Park(ing) Day 2012 in Philadelphia will showcase the ingenuity of almost 50 teams of people and their ideas for how to put almost 60 on-street parking spaces into more productive use for a… Continue reading

MOTU Spring Initiatives – Can’t Wait to See the Results

Philadelphia’s innovative Mayor’s Office of Transportation & Utilities offered two creative game-changing opportunities to interested neighborhoods and civic groups this spring. This shows that Philly recognizes the increasing importance of park space and… Continue reading

A Parklet Within A Park

Everyone has heard of Fairmount Park, Philadelphia’s 9,200 acre park (the nation’s largest landscaped urban park) but Philadelphia is also home to 63 smaller neighborhood parks. Clark Park is a 9.1 acre park… Continue reading