Transit officials haven’t given his first metro project the respect it deserved.
A traveling design show toured the U.S. 25 years ago to shed light on Soviet city life under a failing but reforming government.
In WTC, Brian Rose’s photographs explore presence, absence, and a constantly changing city.
Statistics Canada’s website crashed this week as residents rushed to fill out a mandatory form. Fifty-five years ago, Canadians were a little more skeptical.
The ‘Let’s Go Buffalo Show’ is an endearing time capsule from a forgettable period in the city’s history.
A photographer for the EPA explored the city’s new regional transit service, a big improvement over what it replaced.
The city’s transit authority wants to help you learn what each of its nearly 200 station identifiers mean.
One artist is merging two very different worlds and coming up with delightfully strange results.
Not even a super-famous feline can keep this shop open.
A writer in Syracuse has an extra $7,000 thanks to combining the darkness of his local mall and personal life.
A look back at the surreal designs of Fleer’s Metal Universe 1998.
Wayfinding will become easier over the next few years as the STM rolls out its new design, one station at a time.
Martin Parr’s collection of food snapshots shows off his uncanny ability to mix pleasure and horror.
When it needed a new city hall in 1958, Toronto received more than 500 submissions from all over the globe. The winning design still endures today.
The modest-looking MR-63s ushered in the city’s rapid transit system 50 years ago. Starting this year, they’re being phased out for sleek new models.
The eccentric politician made headlines around the world for his erratic behavior before being diagnosed with cancer in 2014.
The gateways to London’s subterranean utilities are given their due in Marina Willer’s Overlook.
The future of an American roadside attraction is up in the air now that the Longaberger company is vacating the oversized replica of its most popular product.