In Southeast Asia, the Hindenburg makes a hair-raising encore.
With car ownership falling, taxis are more important than ever.
By the late 1980s, many San Angelinos had given up on their Texas town. But an innovative program reminded them of their architectural heritage.
An urban hacker from Tokyo thinks street poles should look like candy canes, and he's built the 'bot to do that.
This eco-friendly sculpture re-imagines the classic city square decoration.
Pretty efficient, contrary to popular opinion.
It's a Monty Python gag, of course.
The attachment projects a symbol 20 feet ahead of the bike, enhancing presence for oncoming traffic and lane mergers.
Next up: a rocket-propelled menorah?
This thought-provoking gag is the best new thing.
The walkable, bikable suburb of the "future" looks an awful lot like the smart growth ideas of today.
Unconventional ideas for climate-proofing New York City.
Athletes sporting LED-studded suits cast neon streaks through markets and over roofs of the Thai metropolis.
A sleek new system adds motion to the traditional "Tower Lights."
In Berlin, a shadowy street artist known as Vermibus transforms mundane billboards into creepy macabre frightscapes
A night of competitive cycling on "brakeless" single-speed cycles offers a veritable highlight reel of face planting and smashing into walls.
Lexus takes aim at social media as a perceived deterrent to driving.
Improv Everywhere doin' that thing they do.
This green wall out of the University of Washington could bring plant life to dense urban areas where green space is hard to come by.