Also: The Bronx: Don’t call it a comeback, and the science behind biking’s most-feared crash.
Also: Is this America’s nicest bus station? And five designs that help kids navigate cities.
Also: Why Philly is on the federal government’s shaming list, and the Olmsted papers you didn’t know you needed.
Also: How to build a Rust Belt art boom, and the Postal Service eyes a new demographic.
Part memorial, part protest symbol, these all-white bicycles mark the places where cyclists have been killed by cars.
Also: More cities want “democracy vouchers,” and why this housing spike is different.
Also: A shakeout for dockless bikesharing, and the global tourism backlash.
Blaming regulations, the China-based company pulls back from the U.S. market.
Also today: It’s electric moped time, and the economic toll of New York’s inaccessible subway.
Also: Where Uber and transit go hand in hand, and the startup economy’s winners and losers.
Also: Making a “safe” city safer for women, and can philanthropy save a city?
Also: When paying high rent is “saving” for the future, and the case for renaming Austin.
Also: Animals need infrastructure too, and it’s time to worry about the census.
Also: Should designers reform immigrant detention? And a “zen mode” for ride-hailing apps.
Also: Visualizing the hidden logic of cities, and a test for London’s “night czar.”
Also: Rent control gains steam in California, and the urbanist case for trailer parks.
Also: What I learned by working as a mail carrier, and how zoning decisions change when black lawmakers get elected.
Also: Nobody’s taking L.A.’s incentive for urban farming, and what opportunity zones can do for America’s poorest cities.
Also: How Jonathan Gold saw Los Angeles, and the international security risks of rapid urbanization.
Also today: Could the Russians hack the census? And who counts as homeless?
Also: How cars divide America, and a scam alert for renters.