Slow-growing metro Philly falls to No. 7 nationally

Although residents have moved out, nearly 50,000 immigrants came to the city of Philadelphia in the same time period – and their numbers, experts said, are what counterbalance other losses, as in other Eastern cities. “What’s keeping us from declining, for the most part, is immigration from abroad,” said James W. Hughes, dean of the […]

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Bloustein students get glimpse of top-down transportation, pedestrian planning efforts in Philadelphia

In early October a group of Bloustein graduate students were given an glimpse of big city bicycle and pedestrian planning from a governmental perspective. Nine students from the Walk Bloustein Bike Bloustein graduate student organization traveled to Philadelphia to meet with representatives from the Philadelphia’s Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities (MOTU) and Bicycle Transit […]

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BSAA Philadelphia Regional Alumni Group to host inaugural event, June 19

Bloustein School alumni, current students, and faculty and staff are cordially invited to attend the inaugural event of the Bloustein School Alumni Association Philadelphia Regional Alumni Group, which will include light refreshments, a planning talk, and and a post-talk alumni networking event. Participants are invited to meet at The Academy of Natural Sciences (19th and The Ben Franklin Parkway) […]

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