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: Where Renters Want to Move Next

Also: The safety towns where kids rule the streets, and why do parks close at night?

CityLab Daily: Staying Safe in City Hall

Also: The dream of “universal rent control,” and Chernobyl doesn’t have an Instagram problem.

CityLab Daily: How Should We Define the Suburbs?

Also: Behind the demise of 100 Resilient Cities, and the secrets of NYC Parks’ new signs.

CityLab Daily: Who Drives the Uber Drivers?

Also: What’s in a street food fight, and how to game zoning codes to build super tall.

CityLab Daily: Can Co-Living Cool Down a Hot Rental Market?

Also: How Ian McHarg taught generations to “Design With Nature,” and what self-driving cars mean for airlines.

CityLab Daily: Where a Census Undercount Will Hurt (or Help) Most

Also: The world’s largest co-housing building, and Uber Copter will only make things worse.

CityLab Daily: How Lethal Will Future Heat Waves Be?

Also: What new luxury housing does to rents elsewhere, and the link between life expectancy and segregation.

CityLab Daily: 2020 Candidates Keep Talking About Housing

Also: Watch Amsterdam remove thousands of parking spaces, and too many people want to travel.

CityLab Daily: The Gray and Green Ways to Fight Floods

Also: What if you could bank at the Post Office? And where HOAs are popular.

CityLab Daily: The Subtle Ways Cities Restrict Abortion Access

Also: Protected bike lanes keep drivers safe, and WWII bombs still threaten German cities.

CityLab Daily: Why Some Americans Won’t Move, Even for a Higher Salary

Also: America’s most endangered historic places, and remembering Walt Whitman’s ode to Manhattan.

CityLab Daily: A Tourist Hotspot Begs Travelers to Show Some Respect

Also: What universal basic income looks like in America, and who’s ready for autonomous vehicles?

CityLab Daily: Young People’s Love of Cities Isn’t A Passing Fad

Also: Elon Musk’s loop makes perfect sense for Las Vegas, and Paris wants to overhaul a notoriously congested highway.

CityLab Daily: When Hackers Shut the City Down

Also: The fight to kick a car race out of a Detroit park, and why some city pools still have gender-segregated swimming.

CityLab Daily: In a Town Shaped by Water, the River Is Winning

Also: The city that’s giving people money, and what redlining has to do with asthma.

CityLab Daily: Consider the Trash Can

Also: The thing mayors really want, and the great upzoning debate.

Cars sit in a crosswalk.

What if More People Could Issue Parking Tickets?

Washington, D.C., considers training a group of residents to give tickets for some parking violations. Would it make streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists?

CityLab Daily: The Psychology of Fighting Over Parking Space

Also: It’s getting harder for cities to protect workers, and the Eiffel Tower is getting a grander, greener park.

CityLab Daily: The Hottest Trend in Housing Policy

Also: Where blue-collar workers fare better, and the resegregation of Baton Rouge’s public schools.

CityLab Daily: An Uber Battle Becomes a Street Fight

Also: How I. M. Pei and Boston made each other, and flying cars are real.

CityLab Daily: How I. M. Pei Shaped the Modern City

Also: The history of New York City’s playgrounds, and can there be a “Fairbnb?”