That money will pay for more bike lanes and bridges. Can it also buy a genuine cultural change?
The city center will be nearly car-free for nine days.
Airbnb is on board — but will it really change anything?
Months after passing tight restrictions, Berlin still has plenty of vacation apartments available. But the tide could be turning.
Mayors of neighboring cities say they’re suffering from plans to turn a major roadway into a car-free zone.
A road in Cambridge was redesigned to actively confuse drivers.
No more aerial transit riders staring through your bathroom window.
Cities are finally getting rid of streets that honor fascist figures, and they’re addressing a gender imbalance at the same time.
In Düsseldorf, swarms of people would rather watch advertisements instead of paying a €2.60 fare.
The city plans to wean its homes off domestic natural gas by 2050, starting now.
A new report shows a widening gap between the British capital and the rest of the country.
A community-led approach to historic restoration focuses on crumbling 19th century buildings.
Foreign drivers could foot the bill.
Expecting a crackdown on immigration, the capital’s Chamber of Commerce says the city still needs foreign workers.
If you’re American, perhaps you’re wondering if Britain’s Brexit experience could help you prepare for the coming months. Here’s what it’s been like in London.
Private cars will be banned from Unter den Linden in 2019, but the avenue will still need help to become more appealing to pedestrians.
Turning infrastructure into flashy playgrounds only results in cutesy distractions from real issues.
Say hello (again) to the Dora.