Tourists venturing into the Berlin underground are good fodder for a bad scary movie.
Most of the original arenas have been turned into surface lots, but Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens managed an impressive rebirth.
Why we can't stop looking at photos of absurdly small houses and apartments.
A group of network researchers proposes a "radiation model" of migration that more accurately predicts patterns of commuting, disease spread, and more.
When our sense of a place distorts its actual size.
In Mumbai, the festival of colors has run into some problems.
An artist turns Google earth views into mesmerizing maps.
The Dutch government could soon adopt public buses that look like giant leeches and match a Porsche in speed.
Also, a U.K. town takes care of a snowball-throwing teenager, and California cities ban mobile billboards and force medical-marijuana growers indoors.
A rash of allergic outbreaks and other news.
One Washington builder asked neighbors what kind of store should fill an empty building. Is this the future of urban development?
In his new book, blogger-turned-author Jarrett Walker shows how transportation really works.
The city's new plan will improve downtown, increase public transportation options and revitalize older neighborhoods.
The factors behind the relative obesity of America's cities.
A new study finds citywide plans are not as effective as smaller-scale initiatives.
A couple of MIT grads have developed a light that's 1) extremely hard to steal, and 2) shaped like a pistol.
The all-concrete stadium has been rotting since the early 1990s. Can it be saved? Should it be?
What the urban world will look like in 2050.
University of Michigan students make use of the city’s abundant architectural skeletons, rather than overlooking them.