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: The Problem With ‘Humans of HUD’

Also: The neighborhoods buried in student debt, and the fight to integrate New York’s specialized schools.

CityLab Daily: In Silicon Valley, It’s NIMBYs vs. Teachers

Also: Paul Allen’s imprint on Seattle, and the value of New York’s experimental music scene.

CityLab Daily: The Dutch Can’t Save Us From Rising Seas

Also: The problem with anti-terror bollards, and a cautionary tale of saving Grand Central.

CityLab Daily: What's Behind North Korea’s Building Boom?

Also: America’s worsening geographic inequality, and why we need better ways to report crime statistics.

CityLab Daily: Voters, Unprotected

Also: Can we go electric before it’s too late? And how Manhattan became a rich ghost town.

CityLab Daily: Where It’s Legal to Reverse the Vote of the People

Also today: Is transit doomed in the U.S.? Discuss. And Europe’s capitals keep getting richer and younger.

Is Transit Doomed in the U.S.? Discuss.

Two rival pundits face off over federal funding, the transit “death spiral,” and where all the riders have gone.

CityLab Daily: The Sudden Growth of Hurricane Michael

Also today: How America fails at communicating flood risks, and Paris is preparing for a warming world.

CityLab Daily: Why Transit Works Better Outside the U.S.

Also today: America is losing its edge for startups, and when neighborhood diversity means white anxiety.

CityLab Daily: Your Transportation Choices Matter

Also today: How to fix badly planned American cities, and Gritty of brotherly love.

CityLab Daily: This Election Year, Density Is Destiny

Introducing the CityLab Congressional Density Index.

CityLab Daily: Amazon Stepped Up for Workers. What About Cities?

Also: Here comes universal basic mobility, and what the minimum wage means for recidivism.

CityLab Daily: A Cycling Superhighway Shapes a Generation

Also: World’s Fairs and the death of optimism, and what to do with London’s empty space.

CityLab Daily: Some Rural Areas Are Better for Economic Mobility

Also: How to fix Bronx bus service, and detecting tsunamis before it’s too late.

CityLab Daily: A Bargain on Upward Mobility

Also: Robert Venturi made suburbia matter, and a bridge between tech and city hall.

CityLab Daily: Why Uber and Lyft Are Going Big on Going Green

Also: Why mayors are rallying around the Mississippi River, and the toxins of Camden, New Jersey.

CityLab Daily: Billionaire Philanthropists Won’t Save Us

Also: The man behind the scooter revolution, and the comeback of the mid-sized city.

CityLab Daily: Can Cleveland Reinvent Its Historic Mall for Changing Times?

Also: Say goodbye to Confederate Avenue, and some rural counties are seeing a job boom.

CityLab Daily: Elizabeth Warren’s Ambitious Fix for America’s Housing Crisis

Also: The Obama Library after Rahm Emanuel, and a look into the Museum of Broken Windows.

CityLab Daily: Why Affordable Housing Isn’t More Affordable

Also: Central Park’s hungry creatures of the night, and where environmental justice is threatened in the Carolinas.

CityLab Daily: When a Hospital Plays Housing Developer

Also: Judged in the court of public support, and the global mass transit revolution.