25TH STREET TRANSPORTATION SAFETY STUDY


The 25th Street Transportation Safety Study will look at ways to improve traffic and road conditions along 25th Street. The study will cover the area from Washington Avenue to Passyunk Avenue.


The project will partner with nearby residents and businesses to propose short- and long-term safety improvements for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers. The Philadelphia City Planning Commission (PCPC) and Michael Baker Intl., a transportation planning firm, will guide the study and engagement. PCPC will have a steering committee of community and city representatives. The Study will take 12-18 months. It will produce a report with new intersection designs and proposed safety improvements for the street. ​ The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission funded this study. Funds came from the Transportation and Community Development Initiative (TCDI). ​ For more information, visit the project site, here.


To take the Safety Survey, click here.


For more information, contact:

Jonathan Goins,

South District Planner

Jonathan.Goins@phila.gov

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