A transit line that was hailed as the dream of a unified city is now on the brink, following waves of domestic unrest over the summer.
He says Angelenos "might not own cars" in as soon as a decade.
On National Coffee Day, look across the Atlantic for some bohemian coffeehouse nostalgia.
'Invisible infrastructure' may already be cutting costs for things like the World Cup or the Olympic Games—not to mention natural disasters.
The Scough filters out germs and pollution using military-grade technology. It also doesn't look half bad.
An amateur photographer uses his commercial drone to capture aerial views of Philadelphia.
A new report offers a look at urban mobility circa 2030 that's both intriguing and frightening.
One of the world's most important financial centers appears to be at a standstill.
Streaming video from The Atlantic's summit on urban innovation, happening now in Los Angeles.
Goats are better than herbicides when it comes to clearing weeds, say scientists.
Just as they've started to revitalize—attracting industry, investment and people—our cities are threatened by new and more vexing divides.
Images from 1985 and last year show viewers just how much the Lower West Side neighborhood changed from Koch to Bloomberg.
The first installment of a new series in conversation with mapmakers on the works that most inspire them.
Ahead of our event in Los Angeles, we asked the global mayors and urban experts who will be joining us to share one great idea that's worked in their city.
Pollinators and people both benefit when public grassy patches are allowed to grow long.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
CityCast is a collaboration between KPCC and CityLab.com.
A large share of the workforce in American cities struggles with English. Here's why investing in language training should be a priority.
Paris has an officially branded suite of products—locally made, and directed at tourists.