It’s time to put the sharrow to rest.
Rents across the city are going down, but not everyone is complying.
How one researcher is using two wheels, a handlebar, and a whole mess of weather equipment to measure urban heat islands.
The Dutch capital’s concept is already spreading to other major cities.
The city’s Late Night Task Force is serious about having a good time.
Call it congestion pricing for taxi cabs.
TotalPave gathers reliable street-quality data with nothing but a smartphone.
The lesson of Philadelphia's South Street Bridge is that community feedback isn't a one-and-done process.
A friendly reminder to Washington, D.C.
This very northern city found love in a freezing place.
As the National Guard descends on the city, the evidence suggests officials waited to act after they’d learned of Flint’s serious water quality problems.
A trashy plan to create good gas.
A case study in applying data-based civic solutions to other places.
The new Grand Paris council will unite local officials from city and suburb alike to make joint decisions that affect the region.
It will help modernize old or inadequate city sewage systems that harm public health—especially in developing countries.
The €40 million initiative is the city’s latest effort to reduce its heavy pollution.
Under a new plan, money collected from the city’s high-traffic zones would go toward bike upgrades.
During its current stretch of terrible pollution, a single fare gets you a full day of unlimited travel.
The “yellow pedestrian border” is an intriguing fix—if not the ideal design solution.
Local leaders will guide policy change until the international agreement goes into effect in 2020.