Jonas Eliasson of Stockholm explains, with great clarity, why congestion pricing clears rush-hour roads.
The Swedish video game company and UN-HABITAT are teaming up to help people around the world re-envision their cities.
Striking images of Auroras.
When oil becomes as valuable as gold, will we wear it like gold?
Inspired by the laziness of humans, a Swedish designer built a workspace that runs in part on body heat and movement.
The CUBE, a mobile restaurant and event space, has graced landmarks in Brussels and Milan. Now it's headed to England in time for the Games.
Depending on where you live, you might see hockey nuts chucking fish, octopi, beef, or sex toys.
Modeled after Catholic confessionals, this portable furniture allows people a private place to chat away from all the hubbub.
As iconic as anything above ground, these subway platforms leave riders with an added sense of the city they serve.
Five years on, Stockholm's congestion pricing program remains a great success
A one-month subway pass in Stockholm: $115. A month of turnstile-hopping insurance? $15
Poor sleep, high stress and low energy are just some of the negative health outcomes linked to lengthy rides to work
A new study makes the fundamental case for congestion pricing
Most of the world's capacity for economic growth is centered in its metro areas. Which cities top the list?