They've got a permanent presence—and great hiring and purchasing potential.
Hamsa Balakrishnan develops algorithms that help controllers and pilots better manage who's taking off and when.
"Tele-mental health" services are fast, cheap, and effective—especially as the number of trained professionals in schools dwindles.
How some urban zoos are turning brown into green, in more ways than one.
Pollinators and people both benefit when public grassy patches are allowed to grow long.
How one U.K. company got its employees to stop driving to work.
An opt-in program in Odense aims to use the data to bring services to the homeless where they already congregate.
Twin Cities riders believed transit arrived more quickly at shelters or stations compared with stops at curbside signs.
A new report highlights how civic smartphone technology could be a huge help to recently arrived immigrants.
A Brazilian project asks frustrated bus riders to take matters into their own hands.
It may sound obvious, but it's a big problem in cities across the country.
Several new efforts to clean up London's long-polluted waterway appear to be working. One day soon, you might even be able to take a slime-free swim.
Over the course of 3 years, pregnant women living in Vancouver’s greenest neighborhoods delivered healthier babies than those in less tree-lined communities.
BuildingEye thinks finding info on construction and development plans should be as simple as a web search.
In New York, smart street design helped the city have its safety and its speed, too.
Providing storage solutions for the homeless helps bring stability and dignity to their lives.
In-town baggage service eliminates the hassle of hauling luggage to the airport or around the city.
The city has commissioned a plan to expand mobility options on the Strip.
In places with good bicycling infrastructure, research shows that sidewalk riding goes down even as ridership goes up.
A new study shows a big difference between those who serve their communities and those who don't.