Valencia's City of Arts and Sciences was built to lure visitors. Instead, it's caused nothing but problems.
Lisbon can be hard to navigate on two wheels. But the city is launching a bike system anyway.
An explosive struggle has pitted developers against the city's ultra-left.
A new mayor in Brussels wants to turn a central axis into a pedestrian-only zone.
The Irish capital is pockmarked with empty parcels. With tough new property laws planned for this year, that could change.
Transport for London is working on a plan to replace its ticket offices with pick-up points for online shopping.
Alas, city transport bosses do not seem to have enjoyed this stunt as much as their riders.
The ceiling collapse at the Apollo is a sad reminder of the sorry state of West End infrastructure.
It's actually the pub industry's tough practices that are giving local boozers the greatest problems.
The system is losing riders, and now its major sponsor has backed out. Can it be saved?
The post-industrial city has been crowned Germany's Austin. But it might be more like Germany's Detroit.
The country largely ignores a 2010 ban. This Christmas, that could change.
A group of doctors is trying to convince young Britons that stabbings are serious.
France has just made buying sex illegal, and the rest of the continent will be watching.
The city's new master plan lays out a sharp turn back toward a pedestrian- and bike-friendly city.
Five bicyclists were killed on the city's streets in November alone, leading to a dramatic protest Friday.
Instead of arresting public drunks, Amsterdam has tasked them with cleaning up a local park. Payment: €10, some rolling tobacco and 5 cans of beer.
London is one of the world's great cities. So why do its businesses and marketers feel the need to import ill-fitting, faded concepts from across the Atlantic?
A non-profit thinks it's the future of urban development. Here's why they're dead wrong.