When it comes to new ideas, city size may not matter as much today as it did in the past.
American workers have a major skills deficit that varies by race, ethnicity, and nativity.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
America has lost a titan of design and planning. It's time that everyone learned his name.
Communities like Culver City, California, are focusing on urban forest plans to help protect a major economic and environmental asset: the tree canopy.
A local architect uses his camera to showcase the colorful side of one of the world's oldest cities.
5 ways to rescue the in-office happy hour when the wine key goes missing.
The Brazilian city like you've never seen it. Really.
For Valentine's Day, the Los Angeles Metro system offers up a love story and a PSA all in one.
Humans assign so much meaning to numbers that superstition affects infrastructure design.
Friends who smoke: Want to be avoid being a litterbug? Consider a pocket ashtray.
An inside look at this 22-mile pedestrian-friendly corridor, circling downtown and eventually connecting 45 neighborhoods with each other.
An innovative program in Vermont helps low- and middle-income people ease into homeownership.
The concept is simple, but rolling out the technology would take a major effort.
Richmond, Virginia's Shockoe Bottom redevelopment plan is just the latest case study.
Nevada now employs 60 percent fewer construction workers than it did during the housing boom. Some found new careers. Others left the country.
The postal service wants to change over its fleet by 2018.
These old air-mail beacons are visible all over the land (if you know where to look).
New research reveals some unorthodox tips for setting yourself apart on dating apps and sites.