A group of professors have created the #Charlestonsyllabus to illustrate the histories of faith, race, and violence that collided in a mass murder.
Cleveland is the latest city to call on James Corner, the landscape architect behind New York’s High Line, to revive an urban park.
The citation was for “Gross Violation of Physical Laws.”
The changes to Market Street traffic come under the city’s Vision Zero plan.
As part of its Vision Zero plan, the city is rewarding everyday acts of safety.
Is it okay to use quadcopters for advertising, traffic management, or police surveillance?
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Short of removing existing Confederate symbols, maybe we could stop building new ones?
“You have to go,” the alleged killer reportedly said to black church members. That’s not the first time they’ve heard that.
A new report from the Design Trust for Public Space outlines how.
A grocery chain pulled the messianic brew after customer complaints.
It’s not just possible, it’s happening in Houten.
The traditional style of these maps and graphs engage the eye in a way most contemporary visualizations don’t.
Developing nations have problems with sewage in the water—but so do L.A. and New Jersey.
Exploring the best strategies to campaign for true behavioral change.
The mural only makes sense from a certain angle.
The city’s notorious slopes are great for doing “gravity illusions.”
An ongoing project visualizes segregation data in urban areas.
The city hopes to engage young people in its downtown parks and museum plazas by installing skateable sculptures.