Romans are sharing photos of their do-it-yourself efforts to improve the city under the hashtag #Romasonoio.
The new paths would be aimed not at jump-on, jump-off cyclists, but at riders taking longer journeys.
On Monday, the city announced that it was listing some key structures in East Berlin’s central square as historical monuments.
Milan joins a growing list of European cities embracing car-free futures for their central neighborhoods.
The “rental price brake,” introduced on June 1st, is the city’s most comprehensive tool to date for keeping rent affordable.
It’s all part of the city’s struggle with its role as a tourism hotspot.
The farm, located 115 feet below a busy South London street, uses hydroponic techniques to grow pesticide-free crops.
Renters in the U.K. spend the most in absolute terms and as a proportion of their average income.
“A city where you’re surrounded by hubbub, abandoned to cars—that isn’t a [real] city,” said Mayor Anne Hidalgo.
The map provides a level of detail previously unavailable. It is the first ever to collect data published by all of Europe’s municipalities.
A Finnish company is experimenting with using horse manure as fuel for biomass energy production.
Last week, the city council unveiled a plan to banish cars from key sections of the congested city center by 2017.
This week, Transport for London (TfL) approved a plan to pump £25 million into making Silicon Roundabout a safer, more pleasant place to be. But is it enough?
To create the islands, the Dutch use a technique called the “pancake method.”
Don’t scoff—London’s landscape of scruffy beauty deserves celebration and protection.
There’s long been a polarized debate surrounding this type of housing, but that’s finally starting to change.
Former judge Manuela Carmena and activist Ada Colau are each ready for a fight in their respective hometowns.
The city is erecting a grandiose glass canopy over one of its most contested sites as part of a new culture and shopping complex.
In the run-up to June’s general elections, the country’s opposition party announced plans for a new city called Merkez Turkiye that would cost $200 billion to construct.