A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
A Brazilian project asks frustrated bus riders to take matters into their own hands.
The removal of a guerrilla-art depiction of the devil has led thousands of Vancouver residents to pledge allegiance to evil.
The 11th Street Bridge Park proposal aims to truly connect parts of the city divided by more than just a river.
What the rise of the milkshake had to do with Prohibition, Chicago's South Side, and a local pharmacy chain called Walgreens.
His brother Doug Ford will run in his place.
The upcoming vote on Scottish independence is about self-determination—and acknowledging that London only loves London.
A collection of maps, some nearly 1,000 years old, disputes China's claim over part of the South China Sea.
Since 1994, New York has seen the biggest drop in crime of any state. It also saw the biggest drop in its prison population.
More results from our State of the City poll.
A closer look at what's been called "one of the transportation safety field's greatest success stories."
One woman's tribute to her favorite post-apocalyptic, science-fiction worlds.
The disaster highlights the cost of careless urban planning and environmental mismanagement.
See years of construction fly by in this ode to rebuilding after devastation.
Skin problems and upper respiratory symptoms were reported by those living less than a mile from actively fracked gas wells.
Cities considering a move to LED street lamps can see them in action at the Danish Outdoor Lighting Lab.
Survey respondents who reported the highest satisfaction with local government services weren't inclined to support spending more on it—especially among whites.
California businesses will now face penalties if they try to fine customers for negative comments.
It essentially created the face of the subway as we know it today.