Some ideas for using existing infrastructure to get people outside and eating well.
San Francisco stacks up well these days compared with Silicon Valley.
Our weekly look at the loos that matter.
Or, how Americans learned to legislate our NIMBY impulses.
The city has been a haven for gold rushers, divorce-seekers and gamblers. Now it's making a bid for the pleasant city market.
Baby Boomers over 65 are moving to the coasts.
Mapping where emergencies are happening in the U.S.
The crimes, blunders and everyday embarrassments of our esteemed municipal leaders.
The Orlando Magic's aluminum-plated garage and Duke University's green-walled parking lot are among the winners of the 2012 International Parking Institute competition.
Chinese megabuilding would rise nearly 10 meters a day, way faster than other skyscrapers.
Near-field communication — which turns your phone into your fares, ads, and more — has shown both promise and problems.
In this Russian city, one opportunity to wear a wedding gown is just not enough.
An APA poll says yes. But what do those numbers really mean?
What if a resort incorporated local coffee shops, restaurants, and stores into its very essence? Three architects in Vienna give it a go.
Major turning points in life are linked with shifts in car ownership and transit use, a new paper argues.
A six-mile loop of moving platforms could have been the congestion solution 1903 New York needed.
Beautiful social housing in Los Angeles is trying to change the lives of its residents and the way communities feel about them.
Where are the largest concentrations of gay couples?
Carrying a 40-pound rig with 15 cameras in it, no less.