The U.K. capital doesn't need a transatlantic role model. It actually has a far more relevant one closer to home.
The cycling mecca of the Netherlands plans to build a partially underwater bike parking facility to deal with its crush of two-wheeled commuters.
London billboards are sharing the stories of people moving both to and from the rapidly changing city. Some of them are quite painful to read.
The city's car-free zone, as it is currently designed, will only displace traffic, not reduce it.
The concept is simple, but rolling out the technology would take a major effort.
EUR was once one of Rome's more exclusive areas. It wasn't sex workers who caused its recent problems.
Despite economic growth in Central and Eastern Europe, the continent is still migrating to the Northwest.
The system will boost the efforts of Turkey's largest city to stitch together a coherent transit network.
The Scandinavian startup Hoffice aims to bring rigor and productivity to the concept of home-based co-working spaces.
Here in Britain at least, cement has been deemed to be part of our heritage, too.
A filmmaking contest reveals the complexities of life in one of the world's most expensive cities.
You have to remember that the cable news network maintains a highly peripheral position in Europe.
The U.K. is testing a cleaner, quieter electric rail line that doesn't require power lines.
The city's famed arts-and-sleaze district is set for major redevelopment. But all the movie-star advocates and nostalgia in the world can't preserve what's already gone.
With a manhunt still underway, the city's usual bustle has been replaced with a sense of shock and heightened security.
The U.K. capital is set to break its population record. Is the city doing enough to prepare?
As the country follows France with hardline protections for lower-income renters, new laws prohibit some property upgrades. And for many Germans, that's just fine.
The French capital has announced a plan to stop housing displacement in gentrifying neighborhoods. It might be the most radical proposal Europe has seen.
A group of Berlin nightclub owners are now joking about turning the failing Mall of Berlin into a "techno temple." Here's why.