A tale of two transit projects: Citi Bike vs. the 2nd Avenue subway.
Broadly speaking, the answer comes down to poor planning and a commuter learning curve.
From simple hand-sanitizer to a suction garbage system and beyond.
Havoc Boards apply the classic competition for world conquest to ten different cities.
These "crucial" recommendations, part of a 33-point building task force proposal, should apply to both future construction and existing structures.
There are many answers, but they all boil down to the structure of federal transportation funding.
They satisfy a "Do No Harm" approach to transportation planning, and they're less pernicious than sales tax measures.
Developer Peder Norrby collects iOS Maps glitches that have an accidental artistry.
An early wave of New York City companies is willing to foot the bill for workers who plan to commute with Citi Bike.
Two economists argue urban environments help foster the borrowing of ideas even better than they harvest original ones.
Three arguments for, against, and qualifying the recent Supreme Court ruling.
A new study suggests rail proximity matters less than walkability, mixed-use development, and limited parking spots.
An interactive guide to all the cities and set lists over the past 25 years.
Believe it or not, "urban mining" is an emerging academic interest.
The finer details of this urban legend deserve their own book.
When it comes to development, local desires often render state smart growth incentives insufficient.
As with actual siblings, there's no one way to define the relationship.
Typically, transportation laws promoting safety lead to an increase in public health. With bike helmet laws, the connection isn't so clear.
A lawsuit against Arne Svenson, who captured unwitting subjects through their windows, could draw an important line between art and intrusion.