A new firehouse clinic in California shows how an abundant but under-used public resource—fire stations—can be made even more useful for a community.
By most measures, yes. By one big one, maybe not.
The New York and Chicago public libraries are both planning to experiment with new ways to bridge the digital divide.
Built in 1968 and last updated in 1991, Nicollet Mall is getting a new name and look.
"It's going to take 20 to 30 years to catch up with pent-up demand."
And replacing them with mixed-use development.
Bend over, touch your toes, miss fewer days of work.
Researchers are developing algorithms that can generate "invisibility cloaks" for ugly objects like utility boxes.
As storms increase and sea level rises, a good plan to flee the city becomes a huge part of protecting those who live in it.
Rather, "people" — a statistically representative group of avatars will help guide RPA's Fourth Regional Plan.
The revenue has gone towards better roads and new housing opportunities for favela residents.
Road traffic dropped by 18 percent, and PM-10 pollution dropped by 6 percent.
In the midst of a federal funding disaster, a good idea emerges.
The city's historic transport free-for-all is starting to change, but a lot of people could get left behind.
The police department's once-lauded pacification program appears to be unraveling.
The key is density, and locating schools in the town's core.
Turns out, we're not good at anticipating the kind of community we'll need as we age.
Urban areas will be disproportionately impacted by rising sea levels and severe weather. Luckily, they're leading the resilience effort.
One more sign of the coming "Golden Age of Gondolas"?
Less traffic, higher transit use, and more tax revenue — charted and mapped.