Andrew Small

Andrew Small

Andrew Small is a freelance writer in Washington, D.C., and author of the CityLab Daily newsletter (subscribe here). He was previously an editorial fellow at CityLab.

CityLab Daily: Opportunity Knocks

Also: Where commuting is the worst, and what Manhattan’s land is worth.

CityLab Daily: Vehicle Attacks Are Not Inevitable

Also: How to speak bikeshare, and the case of a black mayor’s 75% pay cut.

CityLab Daily: The Plight of the Public Servant

Also: The geography of health in America, and why you can’t win the war on noise.

CityLab Daily: 'A Check Against Tyranny'

Also: 1,000 strangers talk race in Los Angeles, and the weirdest Earth Day celebrations.

CityLab Daily: Don't Be a Jerk

Also: The rise of the rest (of the world), and why newspaper websites are so horrible.

CityLab Daily: A YIMBY Defeat

Also: The scooter wars are no joke, and the bias in Starbucks’s design.

CityLab Daily: Your Building Code Won't Save You

Also: Saarinen gets a New Urbanist reboot, and Barcelona’s bold play for affordable housing.

CityLab Daily: Why New York Stopped Building Subways

Also: How housing fuels inequality, and an intimate portrait of urban renewal.

An Uber self-driving vehicle undergoing testing in Pittsburgh.

Self-Driving Cars Still Have a Lot to Learn

After the fatal Uber crash in Tempe, a leading AV researcher warns that big questions about testing and public safety are looming for the industry.

CityLab Daily: Meet the PHIMBYs

Also: Making green roofs more biodiverse, and the “Fight Club of cycling.”

CityLab Daily: America's Vanishing City Accents

Also: Trump’s long war on welfare, and the fight to improve housing choices for the poor.

CityLab Daily: How the Fair Housing Act Failed Black Homeowners

Also: Uber pivots to on-demand everything, and mapping the teacher pay gap.

CityLab Daily: Out of a National Tragedy, a Housing Solution

Also: Returning to “Edge City,” and a suburb’s avocado-filled attempt to lure Millennials.

CityLab Daily: Uber Gets a Bikeshare

Also: California’s lessons for the HQ2 bidding war, and the white men leading America’s largest cities.

CityLab Daily: Why 'Green' Carmakers Cheer the EPA's Regulatory Rollback

Also: Mayors weigh in on cities’ greatest problems, and DOT’s new grant for better buses.

CityLab Daily: Rethinking the Street

Also: Americans are self-sorting by class, and Chicago and Houston fight over beans.

CityLab Daily: Reviewing the Tapes

Also: Bringing “bike libraries” to Chicago, and taking the guesswork out of street parking.

CityLab Daily: An Eye-Opening City Hack

Also: Transit-oriented development without displacement, and a busy street becomes a work of art.

CityLab Daily: 'Transit-Oriented Teens' Are Coming to Save Your City

Also: Mapping the threat of a 2020 Census disaster, and the spaces that can ease childhood trauma.

CityLab Daily: HUD Slow-Rolls Fair Housing Investigations

Also: The real cost of luring big companies, and mapping the global reach of tobacco.