About Philadelphia Parks & Public Spaces

About Philadelphia Parks & Public Spaces

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia Parks & Public Spaces - Residents and visitors are heading outdoors in huge numbers thanks to the activation of many under-utilized spaces in recent years—think Schuylkill River Trail, Dilworth Park, Race Street Pier, The Porch at 30th Street Station and Spruce Street Harbor Park. Much of the development activities can be spotted in Center City and on Philadelphia’s two rivers, the Schuylkill and Delaware.


Started in 2015, Indego bike share further boosted Philadelphia’s reputation as a bicycle-friendly city, where a grid layout, mostly flat terrain and 435 miles of bike lanes make it ideal for two wheels

 

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