The Pit Stop project hired restroom attendants who can empathize with the population they’re trying to reach.
Upgrading cranky, ancient systems could be one of the largest single opportunities to cut building emissions.
No more aerial transit riders staring through your bathroom window.
Cities are finally getting rid of streets that honor fascist figures, and they’re addressing a gender imbalance at the same time.
Non-emergency city service hotlines are celebrating their 20th anniversary, and eyeing immersive new possibilities.
The city plans to wean its homes off domestic natural gas by 2050, starting now.
A community-led approach to historic restoration focuses on crumbling 19th century buildings.
In some low-income neighborhoods, they’re regarded as more authentic representatives of the residents. That has good and bad consequences.
It’s not just a matter of affordability. It’ll take an “infrastructure investment,” a new report claims.
This could be the biggest task yet for the Bloomberg Philanthropies Mayors Challenge.
A new interactive green space aims to improve quality of life for the city’s older residents.
An agricultural park outside the city of Aarhus is a proving ground for the future of food innovation and urban farming.
Welcome to the “Nice Toilet.”
The U.K. capital was a global leader in taming congestion 13 years ago. But the traffic has come back, with a vengeance.
A city-run hotline connects New Yorkers with local counselors.
Kids walk out of an Earn-A-Bike program in Indianapolis with life skills and a new set of wheels.
As the 15-year Chicago Riverwalk project draws to a close, the city hopes to use its waterways to bridge neighborhoods.
By spring 2017, the town of Keynsham could get up to 80 percent of its electricity from food waste alone
The city is challenging urban wonks and concerned citizens to come up with a more granular approach to figuring out which school district might see a surge in population.
Talking and listening is as important as a bright idea.