What will happen to empty-nesters when no one wants their nests?
An old idea reinvented for the 21st century.
Readers offer their suggestions — with road fare emerging as a top choice.
Middle class families don't, but low-income people might be better off in the suburbs.
The federal government controls an enormous amount of land. Here are some ways for them to use the space responsibility.
For too many American families, this is not a problem that's easily solved.
The rise of suburbia helped America win the Cold War. Could urbanism do the same today in a world of changing threats?
This weekend’s New York Times story on long-distance cyclists might scare off potential everyday riders.
Recent polling data suggests the public is much less divided than many headlines would have you believe.
India's unbalanced sex ratio has created a slew of social problems and exacerbated violence against women.
A new certified LEED-platinum building may not be all that green, if you consider its outlandish size and challenging climate setting.
Rents are skyrocketing in the borough thanks to inflexible zoning rules.
A researcher argues that cities could make up the revenue and control parking demand without all those hated citations.
A look at how the words we use have evolved.
And other lessons in urbanism from the South American capital.
The National Endowment for the Arts helps towns build their "brand" and develop innovating programing.
A retrofit in suburban Lancaster, California, shows us the many benefits of street redesigns.
There's very little evidence that rent stabilization protects poor or vulnerable renters.
In the aftermath of Sandy, New Yorkers suddenly remembered that many of the city's housing projects are placed along the water.