The creators of WeShelter “don’t want people to stop at tapping the button.”
Spend your summer break solving America's high-speed transportation problems.
The location of the bridge hasn’t been chosen yet, but the company in charge of the project claims it will only take two months to construct.
Deluges tend to follow droughts. Are cities prepared?
Welcome to the Brooklyn e-waste warehouse of the Lower East Side Ecology Center.
That’s how many lives would have been saved in 2011-12, according to a new federal report.
But will all residents reap the same benefits?
Use a simple Black & Decker to scoot along for miles—or install drywall, your choice.
It will make the Wi-Fi you pay for at home look sluggish.
A roundup of the best stories on technology, cartography, and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
It would be a huge mistake for cities to undo all the progress being made on human-scale street design.
This concept visor would highlight best routes and point out landmarks.
A new movement seeks to extend the “co-working” model into small-scale manufacturing to benefit low-income workers.
The potholes have been fitted with motion-sensitive devices. When a car runs over one of them, a tweet is sent automatically to the account of the Ministry of Public Works.
The ride-hailing giant has built a development facility there, luring away some talented Carnegie Mellon researchers.
Data scientists at the University of Cambridge explore how urban odors can guide better city design.
The new interactive documentary, part of the HIGHRISE series produced by the National Film Board of Canada, makes its U.S. premiere on CityLab.
Caught on video, a perplexing collision raises questions about how to regulate automated features.