The end of the Tampa-Orlando high-speed rail line, the death of a pedestrian near Atlanta and other low points from the year in city travel
Traffic provides cities money and robust street life - why should we do away with it?
Who should be responsible for abandoned homes? Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac say "not us"
These stations make bus travel bearable
The city's Tea Party mayor opposes the $8.5 million proposal because it will be completely paid for by Washington
Lists of the most dangerous cities don't actually tell us anything about those cities
A brief history of the trendy transport mode that never quite was
Programs aim to make temporary business turn permanent
Innovation platform OpenIDEO is searching for ideas to revitalize cities
In places like Cleveland, Detroit, and Chicago, homeowners are being encouraged to expand the footprint of their properties
A local billionaire is bent on keeping control of Detroit's main connection to Canada, even if he has to stall the development of a new one indefinitely
Repairing existing residential buildings produces about 50 percent more jobs than building new ones
Abuse of transit workers by passengers is rising in many cities - do service cuts and fare hikes play a factor?
One Detroit refinery's unusual approach to reducing negative health effects
After dropping for nearly a decade, the number of Americans living in extreme poverty is on the rise
With so many vacant buildings, firefighters in Detroit are among the busiest in the nation. A new documentary sets out to tell their story
Cincinnati's first casino will incorporate a consciously urban design
Free from stigma and institutional homogeneity, these good looking buildings are in a class by themselves
Three Midwestern MLB teams with modest payrolls outlasted everyone else this year