A lot has happened in just a few years.
Updated data from metros across the United States.
More than 400 zones in Britain's dominant city have extra rules. Disobeying them can get you a ticket.
Facing a citywide ban, dispensaries prove to be far less plentiful than feared.
The most and least dense U.S. metros for business enterprise.
How shifting demand could pull real estate developers (in cities and the suburbs) in a new direction over the next generation.
There's a lot to see when you take away the street grid.
Where you live can determine how much more you'll be making next year.
Self-described "map geek" Eric Fischer uses urban data to make some of the web's most intriguing spatial images.
A $95 DIY kit can help you map your city with higher resolution than Google Earth can.
College football still dominates in the South.
Here's a quite different way of looking at the history of tropical storms.
Mapping the metros with the largest share and largest number of college students.
Subway maps distort the reality on the ground for all kinds of reasons. What happens when we make decisions based on them?
This is the coolest website in the world.
In southern California, the number of Asian suburbs is growing rapidly.
New data tracks the geography of technology investment.
New data from Zillow shows fewer homeowners underwater, but the pattern varies widely by geography.
You're more likely to get an "F--- you" than a "Good morning" in Buffalo, according to a survey of potty-mouthed Twitter users.