Designed for kids, “Skyscrapers” is a sweet tonic for high-rise malaise.
Amsterdam’s new “bike mayor” thinks so, and Anna Luten also wants her fellow cyclists to clean up their etiquette.
Turkey is extremely rectangular—but not as much as Egypt, Lethoso, and Ghana.
According to a new study, every car2go vehicle removes as many as 11 personal cars from city streets.
Bruce Zaccagnino has built a detailed microcosm of connected cities, complete with buildings, bridges, and trains.
Low employment opportunities seem to be discouraging some young adults from marrying before having kids.
Passenger cars have improved substantially, but heavier-duty vehicles have a long way to go, a new report shows.
A new survey of 3,000 riders finds frequency, speed, and walkability are key for satisfying, effective transit.
"The game is her element, as the air is that of Pidgey and the water of Squirtle."
Between lynchings, firebombings, and police shootings, Thursday's tragedy came with an ugly context.
As deadly wildfires blaze, experts are calling on the state to emulate the South’s long tradition of prescribed burning.
Contrary to a recent article, “smart” transportation technologies like those from Sidewalk Labs aren’t really a big secret. Plus, cities want them.
For every dollar that state minimum wages go up, birth outcomes improve, two new studies find.
Productive conversation across party lines seems to be ever more elusive.
The city’s unique proposal aims to keep vulnerable moms and babies healthy and safe.
“I don’t see it as risky. I find it logical, and appropriate, given the current situation.”
A new short film captures refugee artists carefully modeling treasured Syrian sites destroyed by war.
As ride-hailing services intertwine with public transit, Pinellas County is making sure its poorest riders aren’t left out.