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City Council Candidate Survey: Maria Quiñones-Sanchez, 7th District Candidate

Candidate: Maria Quiñones-Sanchez, 7th District Candidate This questionnaire was sent to every candidate no matter the party affiliation. Feet First Philly does not endorse any particular candidate and provides the responses to the public for informational purposes only. Walkability: If elected, what would you do to promote walking in Philadelphia? Education and advocacy is a […]

City Council Candidate Survey: Allan Domb, At-Large Candidate

Candidate: Allan Domb, At-Large Candidate This questionnaire was sent to every candidate no matter the party affiliation. Feet First Philly does not endorse any particular candidate and provides the responses to the public for informational purposes only. Walkability: If elected, what would you do to promote walking in Philadelphia? I believe that all walkways in […]

City Council Candidate Survey: Brian O’Neill, 10th District Candidate

Candidate: Brian O’Neill, 10th District Candidate This questionnaire was sent to every candidate no matter the party affiliation. Feet First Philly does not endorse any particular candidate and provides the responses to the public for informational purposes only. Walkability: If elected, what would you do to promote walking in Philadelphia? I would promote walking in […]

City Council Candidate Survey: Sandra Dungee Glenn, At-Large Candidate

Candidate: Sandra Dungee Glenn, At-Large Candidate This questionnaire was sent to every candidate no matter the party affiliation. Feet First Philly does not endorse any particular candidate and provides the responses to the public for informational purposes only. In lieu of a questionnaire, At-Large Candidate Sandra Dungee Glenn sent over a resume, bio, and campaign […]

City Council Candidate Survey: Irina Goldstein, At-Large Candidate

Candidate: Irina Goldstein, At-Large Candidate This questionnaire was sent to every candidate no matter the party affiliation. Feet First Philly does not endorse any particular candidate and provides the responses to the public for informational purposes only. Walkability: If elected, what would you do to promote walking in Philadelphia? I think it might help to […]

City Council Candidate Survey: Drew Murray, At-Large Candidate

Candidate: Drew Murray, At-Large Candidate This questionnaire was sent to every candidate no matter the party affiliation. Feet First Philly does not endorse any particular candidate and provides the responses to the public for informational purposes only. Walkability: If elected, what would you do to promote walking in Philadelphia? Walking, and biking for that matter […]

City Council Candidate Survey: Adrian Rivera-Reyes, At-Large Candidate

Candidate: Adrian Rivera-Reyes, At-Large Candidate This questionnaire was sent to every candidate no matter the party affiliation. Feet First Philly does not endorse any particular candidate and provides the responses to the public for informational purposes only. Walkability: If elected, what would you do to promote walking in Philadelphia? By ensuring the maintenance of our […]

TONIGHT! Feet First Philly’s November Meeting

Tonight (Monday, November 19th at 6 pm): Come one, come all to FFP’s November meeting! We’ve got lots of updates for you on projects such as intersection surveying and our photo contest (which is still open to submissions; send photos of sidewalk encroachments to walkability@cleanair.org)! For more information, check out the facebook event.

Earn money by helping out Feet First Philly!

One of Feet First Philly’s principal initiatives is to make sure that traffic signals allow pedestrians sufficient time to cross the street.  We are currently conducting field surveys to assess current signal timing and other characteristics at certain intersections.  The information gathered will be shared with the city of Philadelphia to ensure that all signals […]

Article: Front porches making a comeback!

An article in USA Today says that 65% of new homes built last year have porches.  Because front porches facilitate casual social interaction with passersby and evoke a style that was popular before suburban sprawl took off, the resurgence of the front porch shows that market preferences have shifted in favor of dense, walkable communities. […]