They save lots of money - and that's just their most obvious benefit.
Cities ban things! Also in this week's edition: D.C. outlaws Occupy protesters and large dogs are no longer welcome in one Chinese city.
The former D.C. transportation leader reflects on taking his show on the road.
Central Connecticut State University's annual study found no correlation between the wealth of a city and its literacy rate.
Today's business-centric view of the mail system stands in contrast to its historical civic mandate
When it comes to allocating resources to remove snow, cities can often only guess and hope for the best
A new plan will bring residents to the river's edge for shopping and hanging out
Say what you will about the new MLK memorial in Washington. At least it doesn't look like some random guy named Hazel.
Arlington County's Mobility Lab experiments with high-tech ways to help people get over their transit phobias
The app-based luxury car service once again finds itself under fire after expanding to additional cities
Researchers track the diffusion of crime over time to see what happens when dysfunctional housing projects are at last replaced
Unattractive, Brutalist architecture should be preserved because it's unique, not because it's pretty
1960s era posters illustrate cities around the world
Commercialism is only one of many reasons for cities not to sell out their stops
The city holds several advantages for creative types, despite its high cost of living
Capital Bikeshare anticipated (and addressed) a lot of the criticisms of their new program for the unbanked
Striking libraries, museums and community facilities
Why cities like Green Bay win an outsize number of championships
D.C. tries to find a way to include residents who don't have credit cards