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.
Photographs of nearly 700 libraries across 48 states show that we have more in common than not.
If the state has a better grasp on the dividends it reaps from trees, it might support investing in them.
In the absence of meaningful gun reform, it isn’t hard to imagine public spaces becoming more rigid, enclosed, and surveilled. That’s a problem.
Record-breaking bike ridership is cause for optimism among D.C.’s cycling supporters.
The final hurdle for the $50 million Smart Cities Challenge was a little goofy.
A British artist is tracing the curious invention of contour lines.
More than $107 billion annually, or about $1,400 per commuter, a new analysis finds.
A park ranger is diligently uploading these free cartographic resources for the enjoyment and convenience of all.
A new short film paints a humanizing portrait of four young “showtime” performers.
Credit-poor drivers are reportedly becoming indentured to their cars by the ride-hailing behemoth. Is it time for a “fair-trade” alternative?
The latest ranking of city parks leaves out an important lesson: Planning is as important as funding.