Think of it as a kind of Google Street View for street lamps.
A new app allows users to summon empty spaces on demand—but only elites can afford its rates.
Not all groundbreaking changes are about speed.
A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
A team of researchers is designing a system to ensure riders are at the right stop at the right time.
Say goodbye to trays and conveyor belts.
City officials have started to relocate the creatures.
If automated vehicles can change and save so many lives, we should talk seriously about how they can protect black lives.
A nearly 2-mile-long installation would visualize the real-time passage of underground trains.
In cities like Amsterdam, “Roboats” could also function as temporary floating infrastructure.
At walls or people, your choice.
One 1950s-themed town will have a city hall, a movie theater, and a park to help bring back memories for dementia patients.
The company is removing web browsing from its public tablets because users have become way too comfortable.
As long as there’s a licensed human sitting in the driver’s seat, you don’t need a special permit for your vehicle to drive itself.
Yet more evidence of a city built on bones.
The new guidelines are a step in the right direction, but black leisure consumers may not wait around for the company to make things right.
They match uneaten restaurant portions with hungry bargain hunters.
Work began this week on the last section. Will it do the trick?
Researchers studying the potential of organic materials such as seashells say future cities may emulate the ultimate designer—nature.