For years, a North Carolina man has documented an 11-foot-8-inch-tall bridge's amazingly destructive effect on passing traffic.
Turns out this product has actually been around since 2003.
The noPhoto is a license-plate frame that promises to get you out of traffic tickets.
The annual Clown Congress meets this week.
"Our camera does not discriminate."
These vertical spaces could change how we grow.
Which areas have the most bikers, the most walkers, and the most public transit riders?
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg explains why he'll win you over on sodas, and everything else, in the end.
A semi-anonymous way of broadcasting how you feel.
Meet the Chicagoans who rescued it (and hundreds others) in what may be the most depressing job in the city.
In Bangalore, the infrastructure is there. Teaching cyclists (and drivers) how to use it is another matter entirely.
A conversation with urban sociologist Zachary Neal on his new book, The Connected City.
Come one, come all!
Lighting that still lets you see the stars.
A team of San Francisco inventors view drunks and the homeless as reservoirs of golden fertilizer.
Architects honor New York's revered train station with a proposal that might make you want to dunk.
150 specialists, 750 buildings, 5,500 photographs, 100 years. Plus a crucial carrying case with a handle.
The celebration, which features massive face piercings, is not for the faint of heart.
It all comes down to two words: household formation.