How sensors and computers and phone apps are revolutionizing the way cities handle their parking spaces.
A chat with the cartographer who dreamed up this latest entry into the aspirational transit future genre.
A three-wheeled rickshaw powered by animal waste, courtesy of the Denver Zoo.
Also, Boston hates moshpits; an Illinois town repeals Prohibition; New York City's teachers should stay far away from Facebook.
Research shows the Italian city is still subsiding, a problem made worse by rising sea levels.
How would you like to own a car so compact that you could pick it up and carry it into your apartment at night?
Decades since Bethlehem Steel shut down, the site sees small bits of new life.
A video that examines the insular and mysterious arcade culture of Japan.
An armchair barricade, and more news.
Because “smart growth” can sound like code for “the rest of you are dumb.”
The regulation causes developers to build more spaces than they would otherwise, according to a new report.
Nine low-tech steps we can take to mitigate the effects of global warming.
Hundreds of U.S. cities still rely on antiquated systems that spew sewage during floods. Here's how one company is trying to change that.
In his new book, Philip Auerswald argues the economic crisis will eventually give way to unparalleled global growth.
Lawsuits and questions about the true nature of murals have confounded L.A. for a decade.
One of America's most famous train stations gets a new logo.
The entrepreneur is almost single-handedly reviving downtown Detroit, but his design choices are under fire.
Wood is cheaper and more energy-efficient than steel. Should we be using it to build skyscrapers?
Los Angeles's "Duke of Art Deco" collects and rehabs buildings that once housed Hollywood's greats.