DPJ and Light Rail Blogger Tony Arranaga get off the line to explore the neighborhood near the Central/Washington Light Rail station.
The goal of a thriving Downtown in Phoenix should be to make our town an iPhone.
My name is Tony and I’m a Zipcar addict.
I used to think that what made the city special was the convenience of walking. One of the biggest distinctions between Downtown and the suburbs is the way you drive in them.
The USGBC Greenbuild International Conference and Expo is in town November 11-13. DPJ offers helpful leisurely suggestions to enjoy your time in Downtown Phoenix.
The Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists and Best Western North American conventions are in town, and let DPJ be the first to welcome you all to the neighborhood!
Those interested in the future of the city of Phoenix met at Hanny’s last week to mingle with city planners in attempts to gauge what will happen here over the next 40-odd years.
I just read an encouraging article at azcentral.com, reporting that: “The airport initially expected that a daily average of 600 to 700 people would use the new transit connection from the train stop at 44th and Washington streets in Phoenix. But with Metro service not even a month old, Sky Harbor says the average is 850 people… Read more