The El Niño weather phenomenon, which has a high likelihood of developing by this summer, will drive up global temperatures.
Global warming has become the biggest headache for atlas illustrators.
Assuming the rail service's business proposal goes through.
Where the early 1990s Scottish rockers could walk, if they actually walked 500 miles and then 500 more.
San Francisco voters just approved the kind of urban-planning tool that makes resilient design so difficult: direct democracy.
The state's vegetation is as dry as if it was already July.
There's not much riding on the Silver Line except the future of the American suburb as we know it.
An art exhibit puts Main Street construction in context with the aspirations that built the car-free zone decades ago.
It takes 15 seconds, and you'll never miss a game you want to see.
What will services like Bridj, Blackline, and Leap Transit mean for traditional city buses?
Trick riders take a vertiginous journey high above the streets of London.
And these are only the ones that get reported.
A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Transportation network companies have nothing to lose by challenging official threats against their drivers.
This is what the longest jobs recovery in American history looks like.
Because "flat beer sucks."
More and more cities are adding e-cigarettes to smoke-free bans.
Opposition to the Nazi regime declined near the Autobahn faster than everywhere else.
An oral-history project seeks to document some of the least-heard voices in society: those with no permanent address.