From the Atlanta suburbs to Palm Springs, golf carts and neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) are increasingly found off the links.
The snooze that almost was.
Transit riders and walkers, who avoid the “unexpected delays” of traffic, stack up better in a new survey.
44 years ago this month, inmates seized control of Attica over prisoners’ rights issues—which are still flashpoints today.
A new crop of entrepreneurs have turned to smaller, less expensive markets to grow their companies.
Mobile home park residents typically own their homes but not the ground beneath them. When land values rise, that’s a problem.
While a range of options might seem like a plus, there are costs.
Opposition to Champaign’s new relaxed parking requirement is actually a powerful case in its favor.
Your lunch is packaged with gender-based assumptions.
For what it costs to live in San Francisco, you might as well relocate to an unbelievably stunning Mediterranean island.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days
City courts have been banking on fines levied against defendants who can’t afford to pay them. A federal class-action lawsuit calls this illegal.
A new White House PSA touts the benefits of becoming naturalized.
Or, why we had to invent a name for a group of children walking to school with one or more adults.
HUD Secretary Juliàn Castro says the agency is reconsidering rules that make it difficult for ex-offenders to access public housing.
Christopher Herwig snapped incredible photos of Eastern Europe and Central Asia’s architectural underdogs.
The interactive art project utilizes the only right the refugees have in the Netherlands: free expression.
They say power naps are good for productivity, right?
The city’s rate of cycle commuting is the highest it’s ever been.