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A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in this week.
A new photo project dreams up a Paris Metro commute for lions, giraffes, and the whole gang.
For the performance benefits, of course.
New animations show centuries of expansion in three global cities.
An introvert's nightmare.
A snapshot of Los Angeles's famously bustling airport.
For a first-time buyer, the average home now costs eight times gross earnings, the highest ratio since at least 1983.
A plan to construct multi-unit buildings 7 stories tall has led to a battle in New Orleans.
The $8.50 cover charge hasn't stopped feline-lovers from flocking to Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium.
As more establishments seat people in close proximity, friendships are not forged.
The latest "Slow TV" hit from Scandinavia.
A stunning short film finds out why young men in the city of Kathlehong jump on moving rail cars despite the obvious, and potentially fatal, danger.
A hacked traffic light honks at drivers the instant the signal turns green.
An uber-rodent recently found in a Swedish kitchen is not the first humongous rat to horrify the world.
The decision comes after a year with the highest number of suicides since the late '60s.
An artist making humorous miniature scenes is transforming the city into Lilliput.
This intriguing new visual maps the symmetry of urban layouts.