To Antony Wood's mind, the future of cities is vertical, replete with super-tall buildings, rooftop parks and, yes, lots of skybridges.
Five charts can explain what the diabetes epidemic has to do with our current urban planning.
A photographer layers history over buildings that no longer remain.
Artist Steve Wilkin sketches those who ride the 7:38 train in a free newspaper.
Census figures show widespread increases in the square mileage of urbanized areas in the U.S.
The city's affordability and edgy culture is helping turn it into a world-class high-tech center.
Londoners may be watching their city’s security takeover anxiously, but they can't seem to turn away.
Many systems end up with more books and longer hours. Why then, does library privatization make so many so uncomfortable?
A blogger gets creative in his opposition to proposed casino parking.
The whimsical plastic people-mover, a blend of monorail and recumbent bicycle, was a big enough idea to attract an investment by Google. So where is it now?
The city's downtown redevelopment may be receiving plaudits, but there's still more work to be done.
The failure of San Francisco's "TacoCopter" is just one example of how we are failing at creating a functional, robotic delivery boy.
The city gets gussied up for the Pope.
Why Denver's Coors Field succeeded while Phoenix's Chase Field was a bust.
A university in Washington, D.C., is developing a model for how urban spaces can better serve the deaf or hard of hearing.
A video breaks down what cities can do to make their residents fitter.
Pumping water from where it's abundant to where it's not takes a lot of energy.
A look at the 8.2 million Americans who work in manufacturing of all sorts.
A photographer sets out to capture as many of the architect's remaining buildings as he can, before they're gone.