Shifting demographics matter, but shifting attitudes may matter more.
Get your grubby hands out of the produce bin.
Overwhelmed by dilapidated pipes, more cities are privatizing their water systems. But is anyone winning besides corporations?
These customizable hexagons from U.K.-based Hivehaus offer the promise of fast, cheap density.
The arrangement brokered between Eurozone leaders and Greece is severe. It’s a deal that Detroiters will recognize.
Milan joins a growing list of European cities embracing car-free futures for their central neighborhoods.
One Baltimore restaurant is giving away free meals to homeless guests.
Under the (sadly fake) decree, sidewalk violators would be denied permission to re-enter the city for 5 years.
The first-ever large-scale study on the topic finds that permanent, stable housing can be more cost-effective than shelters.
Watch more than 3,000 flights compete for space on only six runways.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
#NewDC yuppies move to stop a 7-11 from opening in a gentrifying neighborhood they’d never have touched 15 years ago. But they’re really objecting to its customer type.
The U.S. has a long way to go before its walk matches its talk.
Solar-powered Bigbellies offer enough bandwidth to power a startup.
A Washington, D.C., co-op’s rule allowing dogs to play in common outdoor areas—but not the children living there—could become a federal case.
Another plan to satisfy airlines’ seemingly insatiable desire to squeeze more passengers onto an aircraft.
One startup wants to fix California’s water market. But shouldn’t the state be doing more?
Caution: Dry heaving and a feces-filled river ahead.
For one thing, the electricity grid is getting cleaner every day.