In four years’ time, the ban will get tighter still.
The city says it’s going to need private donors to step in, but its reputation for corruption and dysfunction may be a deterrent.
Over 1 million new Londoners will arrive within a decade—while some northern cities shrink.
In Copenhagen, a major new bridge won’t close—while another may never open.
The island nation’s visitor boom is putting its infrastructure under heavy stress, but some answers are on the way.
There are more American-heavy neighborhoods than you might expect.
Want something cheap(er)? Then go east.
Is the plan a bureaucratic nightmare or an overdue clean-up?
Which one would you choose?
In all the ways that matter, Sadiq Khan’s battle to prove a Muslim has every right to oversee the U.K. capital is already won.
Police in Belgrade colluded in plans to make way for a controversial new waterfront development, says Serbia’s ombudsman.
The city will build public housing in its wealthiest neighborhoods.
It will ultimately become part of a faster network streamlining rail travel across Europe.
The city’s ruling party wants to launch a website for anonymously informing on law-breaking landlords.
For one, fewer residents are doing their shopping by car.
It’s just the latest in a string of experiments aimed at keeping skyrocketing rents in check.
But the idea faces an uphill struggle.
Paint-balling your way to fair elections.