A jet struck a freeway and taxi before hitting the water, killing and injuring many.
Visualizing the Spanish city in bike-share maps, taxi routes, tweets, and more.
In Alabama, the Rural Studio design workshop has spent years refining prototypes for a cheap, well-made small house. Soon, they'll start selling the plans.
Intercity bus travel is booming in the U.S. Is there a case for bringing back some decent infrastructure dedicated to it?
Chicago's experiment in relocating poor African American families to rich white suburbs seems to be a success. So why are so few other cities doing the same?
There are signs Uber and Google could become "ferocious competitors" instead of allies.
Science says sitting is terrible for your health. A design team responds by doing away with office seating completely—and elegantly.
The growth of minorities could have a major impact on politics.
With Beyond Traffic, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx pivots U.S. policy away from cars and toward multimodal options.
A photographer spent more than a decade shooting from hellish, confined spaces and fog-shrouded eagles' nests.
These high-tech sectors are also more geographically concentrated than they were a decade ago.
Shuttered correctional facilities around the country are getting their own chance at reform.
New York has the nation's tallest skyscraper. Chicago has some fancy buildings. But one city wins when it comes to sheer density of urban design.
The Scandinavian startup Hoffice aims to bring rigor and productivity to the concept of home-based co-working spaces.
The harder task is addressing the underlying issues that led James Robertson to walk 21 miles to and from work every day in the first place.
Officers are railing against the traffic app's cop-tracking alerts, demanding that Google stop the service to drivers.
Cars once facilitated social outings. Has that role been filled by technology?
Old-fashioned navigation is enjoying a renaissance on the island, where Internet access is still scant.
Resurrecting relics of imperial rule is an unorthodox transit-development policy. But Africa's "secondary cities" are set to benefit.