It's time for fast-growing Asian cities to dump the super-block.
Carrying a 40-pound rig with 15 cameras in it, no less.
How Americans might be able to leverage technology to get back in our pedestrian groove.
As early as 1951, the late author feared America's cities would become places where someone taking a simple walk down the street would be greeted with suspicion.
Urban designer and writer Darrin Nordahl thinks it's time for advocates of alternative transportation to stop trying to appeal to reason and go for the gut instead.
An advocacy group is growing as the city prepares to pay more attention to its walkers.
Researchers have proposed a number of theories over the years — from sensory overload to the economic value of time.
Studies show cell phones, though not music players, confuse pedestrian senses
8 European projects show how design and planning can reduce automobile dependence