This week's Chicago L train crash highlights an area of technology where U.S. transit lags behind.
Tape, chalk, and a few stanchions whip long rider queues into shape.
Transit "branding," from a system's logos to its stations, can have a real impact on riders.
Although technically, it should be the "Dude Abiding Park."
Though there's a delicate balance to strike between access and speed.
Charles Montgomery's new book finds the intersection of urban policy and well-being.
The widest bridge in the world, the Vancouver-area Port Mann span, is failing its debut in a spectacular fashion.
These makeshift shelters slap onto street poles with the help of magnets.
More cities are considering turning their street trees into food sources.
The cartographic utility of human appendages and the places they resemble.
Top-ranking cities have little relevance to emerging world cities.
They're an increasingly important part of our lives, but we've shunned them into hiding on rooftops and in fake trees.
Major downtown development projects are helping to make Surrey into its own urban center.
A look back at 6 years guiding one of the world’s most livable cities.
British Columbia's Tsawwassen First Nation's first development project will be a massive exurban shopping mall.
A new study finds that a majority of police agencies don’t track race in immigrant-rich country.
Douglas Coupland calls on cities to take pride in their unique qualities.
The Canadian city has good reason to want to install the somewhat novel transit option on Burnaby Mountain, but the numbers still don't add up