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Election Day in Cairo

A city celebrates its first free election in 30 years.

Out of Old Typeface, a City Is Born

Amazing pictures of an artist's handcrafted city.

What Will New York City's Bike Share Program Mean for Rider Safety?

Bike lanes could keep accident rates low, even without helmets.

Airports and the Wealth of Cities

Airports play a considerable role in economic development, and the most important cargo they move is people.

The Best City Parks Systems in America

A new ParkScore metric from the Trust for Public Land names San Francisco and Sacramento the nation's best.

The Fuzzy Future of London's Olympic Stadium

The city's search for a post-games stadium occupant has been disappointingly fruitless so far.

Video of the Day: Birds-Eye London

A Mary Poppins-esque view of the city.

How to Avoid the Worst Traffic Jams in the Most Congested U.S. Cities

Stay away from these roadways, especially on Friday evening.

Useless and Defunct City Objects Should Be Called... 'Thomassons'

That's the word that Japanese artist Genpei Akasegawa has assigned to doors leading nowhere and driveways blocked by fences.

Scenes From the World's Tallest Tower

The Skytree debuts in Tokyo.

Visualizing a Full Day of Airplane Paths in the U.S.A.

Data wizard Aaron Koblin is intrigued by domestic flight patterns, and after watching this video you will be too.

Would You Use This Weird Bike Loop?

A new bike club in China makes creative use of its roof.

Protesters to Chicago: Thank You Very Much

The NATO Summit wraps up, and Chicago returns to normal.

Will Chinese Investors Build a Chinese Town in Rural Michigan?

Or perhaps the better question is, can they?

Detroit's Creative Potential

The second installment in a five-part series featuring Richard Florida leading a conversation on the future of the Motor City.

What a Walkable City Should Look Like

A two-block virtual walk highlights Copenhagen's exceptional urban atmosphere.

How Will Johannesburg Pay For its $2.5 Billion Highway Upgrade?

Officials planned to use toll revenue, but a court ruled the fees illegal. This leaves the cash-strapped government in a lurch.

Rethinking Our Cities in the Rebuild Era

In recent years, we've seen an explosion of events and organizations aiming to remake our neighborhoods and our cities.

The Stingy Cities That Kick In the Least To Social Security

We're looking at you, Manhattan.