The unnamed cleaning contractor had built a secret napping nest inside an airport bathroom.
Recently ranked one of America's most dangerous places for walkers, the city has a new plan to do something about it.
The vehicle fatality rate dropped, though.
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
"Networked" commuters are reporting a more positive driving experience.
This person probably did not imagine spending the day trying to crawl out from a brand new hole in the street.
With car ownership falling, taxis are more important than ever.
The city is redrawing its transit map without an expensive overhaul. Instead, it stitched together old, underexploited track.
Wrapped in steel and plastic and surrounded by strangers, public transportation can be as soothing as a night out with friends.
It's by far the highest rate in the country.
The thing is, we can all imagine a tragedy like the one in New York this week happening to us.
These maps track the movement of transit vehicles in various cities over the course of 24 hours.
Mikael Colville-Andersen makes the cases for designing cities with people in mind.
Part of the nation's first interstate highway project is no more, having been spectacularly dropped into the Missouri River on Tuesday.
They may buy less per visit. But over the course of a month, bikers out-consumed drivers at bars, restaurants and convenience stores.
Pretty efficient, contrary to popular opinion.
It's a Monty Python gag, of course.
Letting companies monitor how and how much you drive will save you money, and generate huge spillover benefits.