A British experiment showed that images of eyes reduced the amount of stolen bikes in certain locations by 62 percent.
Ideas, talent, skills, and density remain key contributors to the growth of America's metros.
Our weekly roundup of the most intriguing articles about cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
A new interactive map ranks California zip codes based on factors including air quality, pesticide use, groundwater, and traffic density.
The Seattle region pioneers a way to calculate just the right amount of parking.
From the city and beyond.
A 20-year-old garden demolished by the storm is getting a second chance.
Only four of the city's cemeteries have space remaining.
The results of a microbial analysis.
"Once people get into a car, it's hard to get them out."
New York advocates for safer streets form a PAC to influence city elections.
Ideas for radical reinventions that would make the obsolete technology useful again.
On purpose, apparently.
It could happen, with Swedish researchers reporting they were able to detect drugs in the breath of addicts.
Ideas for helping cities better manage their enormous waste streams.
Yes, there's plenty of sex and drugs in the musician's new memoir, but it also ponders the lasting cultural influence of punk on New York City.
It sprung up 40 years ago as a more livable alternative to high-rise public housing. Are there lessons we can adapt today?
Some species are much more absorbent than others, according to new research.