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Watch this Cory Popp video of Philly’s open streets during Pope weekend

“These images are the rarest I've ever taken in Philadelphia,” Popp wrote.

The Ben Franklin Bridge, without a car in sight. (Photo by Cory Popp)

As pedestrians and cyclists took to the streets last weekend during the papal visit, Cory Popp did what he does best and filmed the whole city in all its car-less glory.
An “urbanist utopia” indeed.
“These images are the rarest I’ve ever taken in Philadelphia,” Popp wrote.

Related: This effort to get Philadelphia to do the open street thing once a year.

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