Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Organization(s)
Philadelphia Department of Public Health and the Philadelphia Planning Commission

As part of Philadelphia's zoning and planning process, the City Department of Public Health and Planning Commission conducted an HIA to better understand the health implications of implementing three elements of the Lower South District Plan. The Lower South District Plan is one of 18 District Plans that make up the Comprehensive Plan, Philadelphia 2035. The HIA examined changes related to a subway extension to Navy Yard, a separated bike path to Navy Yard, and proposed land use changes along Pattison Avenue and Broad Street.

The HIA summary includes key findings, such as this predicted impact related to the subway extension: "The HIA estimated that 5,770 more transit users would cumulatively spend an additional 109,630 minutes walking each day."

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At A Glance

Status
Complete
Completion Date
2012, March
Decision-Level
Local
Sector
Built Environment
Organization Type
Government Agency