An international duo tries to ride the New York subway from end to end faster than anyone else.
Growing food and community in the narrow strip between the sidewalk and the street.
The Seattle Times editorial board worries a proposal to relax parking minimums will hurt families, but they're getting it backward.
Millennials are increasingly uninterested in the burden of car ownership.
Airports are a central component in urban and regional economic development.
Cycling has dropped precipitously in China's capital. Will it ever be popular again?
More parking, lane miles was the automaker's prescription at mid-century, with a cameo from Robert Moses.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit system is deploying vinyl seats that don't cough up clouds of filth when smacked, like the wool ones do.
If you can't avoid a car commute, maybe you can slightly change what time you do it.
Despite initial skepticism, a 6 ½ Avenue would merely legitimize behavior that is already happening.
How a newspaperman in Oklahoma City revolutionized downtown parking.
A time-lapse film highlights both the serene and the chaotic nature of the city's famous subway system.
Etsy acquired the city of Portland; Boulder's electric company cut off service for residents who voted against it; Philadelphia unveiled a pedestrian lane for distracted texters.
A new database corrals just about everything that's known about the 134 BRT systems in the world.
It's where rich and poor, wise and weird, picker and non-picker unite.
They aren't going away, but we can at least limit their harm.
We'd love to get from New York to Beijing in 2 hours, but we won't hold our breath.
Five charts can explain what the diabetes epidemic has to do with our current urban planning.