The plan is currently organized around three big themes: Thrive, Connect, and Renew.
Thrive - Economic development
Thrive addresses housing, jobs, and vacant land. The recommendations will help Philadelphia build healthy neighborhoods that have affordable housing choices and convenient local shopping options. The plan includes ways to support recreation centers, libraries, and other neighborhood places. There are also recommendations to create jobs and bring new companies to the city or grow existing ones. This section also talks about vacant land and new development.
Connect - Transportation
Connect has recommendations for public transportation and utilities. They include safety improvements for pedestrians and bicyclists. There are recommendations to improve the subway, buses, trolleys, and trains. The plan also calls for ways to adapt utilities for more users and better energy consumption.
Renew - Natural resources
Renew focuses on nature and history in the city. For example, the plan might recommend expanding parks and trails along the river to provide access to clean water and air. Parks and trails also give residents opportunities for recreation. The historic preservation recommendations are to save and reuse important neighborhood buildings and places. There are also recommendations in the plan to improve the city's sidewalks, parks, and public spaces.