In the run-up to June’s general elections, the country’s opposition party announced plans for a new city called Merkez Turkiye that would cost $200 billion to construct.
The crowd-funded project would make a place in Lebanon where these displaced youths can be kids again.
While cities along its rivers are growing the most dramatically, the state continues to forego any and all central planning for floods.
A worrisome study sheds new light on the health hazards of noise pollution.
It’s what researchers call a “roadway illusion.”
New Orleans is getting a 'fancy' version of the 24-hour American breakfast chain. This is not a good development.
More than 700 people have perished in the yawning crevice—here’s where and how.
One developer’s weapon against lousy drivers and vans blocking the bike lane.
Sip from a cup made out of repurposed coffee grounds.
Changing neighborhoods may be a class issue, but in America, that means it’s also a racial one.
A new study suggests it’s all in your ears.
Targeting select low-income communities for an infusion of resources isn’t the answer to the problem of urban poverty. But what is?
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
The #sayhername protest made a statement about how black, female bodies are treated in America.
African Americans are far more likely to live in the San Francisco Bay Area’s least walkable neighborhoods. Why?
A short animation pits the two iconic cities against one another.
City code already prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender or sex, sexual orientation or gender identification—so come on down! (Please.)
It’s really just a very, very deep puddle.
It’s scary and unimaginable, but pedestrians and cyclists must know how to react if it happens to them—or to someone else.