Philadelphia residents from all neighborhoods invited to give input on the future of the highly anticipated new public park along the Waterfront.
On October 17th, the public is invited to join the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC), the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), and the City of Philadelphia (the City) at a public meeting and open house about the new Penn’s Landing. This Interstate 95 project includes the reconstruction and expansion of a new bridge over I-95 that will support a new 12-acre riverfront civic space, the extension of South Street Pedestrian Bridge, and the construction of a portion of the Delaware River Trail.
This meeting will launch a multi-year community engagement effort and will be a chance for Philadelphians from across the city and from every background to hear the latest on the design for the new Penn’s Landing, contribute ideas on how to use the new public spaces, and learn how to continue to be a part of the Waterfront’s transformation.
For more information, download the full announcement below.
Latest Community Engagement Phase Kicks Off For New Park at Penn's Landing