Welcome to Friday Open Threads, wherein we'll pass the mic to readers to speak up about topics of interest, distress, horror, and more. This week’s topic: What transportation project is on your wish list?
For the past week, we’ve covered all angles of transit in Philly and all over the country in honor of Curbed’s first-ever Transportation Week. We highlighted seven major transportation projects underway in Philly. There were talks of how one highway ruined the city’s waterfront. There were stories told of what it’s like to be a super commuter.
But really, there’s only so much we can cover in just one week, so on the last day of Transportation Week we’re opening up the mic to you, Philly. We know Philadelphians could wax on and on about drivers, cyclists, parking, and junky sidewalks for longer than it takes to ride the full length of the El.
We want to know what transportation project you would most like to see built in Philly. Are you all aboard for a high-speed rail connection between Philly, New York, and D.C.? A bike lane in your neighborhood? Another subway line between point A and B?
We’re all ears, and no dream is too big here, so sound off in the comments below!