By Danya Henninger
Sunday, August 12, 2018
Biking, walking, rollerblading, skateboarding, dancing, painting, playing and singing filled the thoroughfare.
North Broad Street was closed to car traffic on Saturday, Aug. 11, from City Hall up to Erie Avenue, and was filled instead with Philadelphians of all ages, from all parts of the city.
People strolled lazily, jogged briskly, held signs of protest, glided by on roller skates, whizzed through via bicycle and even came together for choreographed dances — but no matter what mode of transport they used, everyone shared the road.