The compactness of cities may not be a determining factor when it comes to energy use.
Large sections of Beijing were inundated this weekend as the heaviest rains in 61 years drenched the city.
A new report predicts that more than half of America will live in a metro area with a million people or more by 2042.
Turning this public park staple into a personal gym.
An atlas created by students at UC Berkeley shows just how many layers one neighborhood can have.
A light and sound installation helps foreigners pronounce crazy Danish street names.
When comparing areas on the fringe to growth in metros, the exurbs are gaining big.
A city agency is giving local kids paint and skateboards in the hopes of helping them make their neighborhoods better.
A new state-by-state analysis shows just how transportation dollars are spent.
Stilted homes over the water are being taken down by the government, leaving thousands homeless.
A video camera and an unmanned aerial vehicle offer a unique tour of the city.
One man's trip across the entire system from end to end to end in one shot.
He argues against requiring developers to build family-friendly units downtown.
How a small population might lead to big problems for a $7 billion fishing industry.
Examples of industrial operations edging in on public lands, and the people who oppose them.
Pensions and benefits are making up a much bigger portion of the city budget over time.
Foreclosures and high employee compensation could add more cities to the state's string of bankruptcies.
Allowing bus riders to board in the rear as well as the front is common outside the U.S., but few American transit agencies have been willing to try it.