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A temporary facade at Rotterdam’s central administrative office includes a vertical garden, two basketball courts and street furniture.
Some public transportation systems are using classical music to deter criminals — but does it work?
The Super Bowl proved just how walkable Indianapolis' stadium scene is.
San Francisco's "Guerilla Grafters" are transforming the city's trees into bootleg fruit producers, much to the chagrin of officials.
New census figures show population dominance moving away from the east.
An American in India, advising cities on how to avoid traffic hell.
There's evidence the presence of a big box store in the city center helps reduce the amount most people drive.
Still want to sit in cloth-backed bus seats?
A photographic tour of the freezing cold consuming much of the continent.
The city's notorious pollution is put into perspective by a local physician.
Plus, Tucson kills its Mexican American Studies program to comply with state law; Gulfport, Mississippi, clears out lawn couches; a meat thief is banned in Britain.
The architectural centerpiece for a series of man-made islands would also become the world's tallest building.
Frozen canals, a fake holy water racket, and more news from the "City of Water."
British Columbia's Tsawwassen First Nation's first development project will be a massive exurban shopping mall.
Home sizes have been increasing in the U.S. for decades, but that trend looks to be changing.
Tree coverage is steadily shrinking in urban America, according to a new study of aerial photos.
The list of America's Most Literate Cities suggests there's little relationship between literacy and economic development. Our analysis suggests otherwise.
U.K. bus stops will soon smell like delicious baked potatoes. And this is likely just the beginning.