An important step toward visibility for some of Brazil’s most important—but unappreciated—workers.
From building atop canals to encouraging backyard cottages.
They’ve been languishing for a long time but are finally becoming sites of urban intervention.
The One Concern algorithm predicts which parts of the city will be hit hardest to get them help first.
A special deal on citations, just in time for the season of giving.
Urban sewers are rich repositories of information on human health and behavior, MIT researchers believe.
A new ordinance that eases parking requirements hopes to transform the city into a more transit-friendly place.
The Spanish capital wants to impose some pretty drastic measures when air quality is especially bad.
Another skirmish in the war against those gross, black splotches.
They’re losing sales to efficiency and conservation. Here's how they're making up the cost.
The “Transformation Department” has challenged the city’s commitment to cyclists.
Insights from America’s first Music Cities Convention.
One formerly homeless man is on a crusade to get truly useful technology to those who need it most.
New York City’s genetic diversity makes it a great place to tailor healthcare to the individual.
It moved downtown and charged employees market rates for parking, among other things.
A Danish program makes bottle collecting easier—and less dangerous—for the city’s marginalized residents.
Oakland tries a makeover for the humble sharrow.
The creators of “Cards Against Urbanity” now want to get non-professionals in on the joke (city planning, that is).
“Sure House,” designed by the Stevens Institute of Technology, just won the Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon.
L.A.’s popular open-streets day reduces air pollution, even beyond the dedicated route.