Single households tend to use more transit and live in multi-family homes.
All the news that's fit to print about toilets.
It's fashionable to say the mandatory budgets cuts haven't been the predicted disaster. Cuts to programs like Head Start suggest otherwise.
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
At 76 miles long, it would surpass the combined length of world’s two longest underwater tunnels and cut through two fault lines.
Taxi driver homicide rates are three times lower in cities with in-car cameras.
A delicate calculation.
According to a survey of 200 experts.
Brand loyalty still plays a big role even though supermarkets mostly sell all the same stuff.
Sioux Falls used to be a sleepy agriculture town. Now, it's one of the country's leading banking centers.
Unless Washington gets in the way.
Start-up activity today is associated with more talent-driven, more innovative metros.
Six lanes of traffic will be reduced to three in the city's plan to improve the walkability of Broadway.
The grand conclusion? Americans love warm weather.
Mayor Mike Huether wants you to know that North Dakota isn't the only state boasting low unemployment and a growing population.
San Jose's lock on high-tech activity is no longer what it once was.
The continent's booming new economic zones are outstripping the ability of weak central governments to retain their hold on them.
Simplifying both the message and the process has worked wonders for San Francisco.
Make the companies that build these places buy insurance policies to pay for dismantling them.