Andrew Small

Andrew Small

Andrew Small is a freelance writer in Washington, D.C. and a former editorial fellow at CityLab.

CityLab Daily: Liberté, Égalité, Mobilité

Also today: The stakes of a shutdown, and the seven stages of Amazon HQ2 grief.

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CityLab Daily: Amazon's HQ2 Shortlist

Also today: The world’s first minister of loneliness, and building a binational bikeshare.

CityLab Daily: The Legal Case Against Bidding Wars Like Amazon's

Also today: Why the urban revival depends on falling crime rates, and when the army planned for a fight in U.S. cities.

CityLab Daily: The Granny Flats Are Coming

Also today: The city that “This Town” forgot, and why great cities enable you to live longer.

CityLab Daily: A Hint for HQ2?

Also today: How gerrymandering silenced North Carolina’s cities, and is your librarian racist?

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CityLab Daily: Is It Infrastructure Week Yet?

Also today: New York City divests, and California commuters take to the sea.

CityLab Daily: A Lesson in Falling Crime

Also today: What net neutrality means for the driverless future, and Britain’s next megaproject.

CityLab Daily: A More Diverse Bikeshare

Also today: Mayors speak up for Salvadoran immigrants, and how to create better jobs.

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CityLab Daily: What's Still Unknown About Stop-and-Frisk

Also today: Who owns urban mobility data, and how did Baltimore leave its students in the cold?

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CityLab Daily: HUD Derails a Housing Desegregation Rule

Also today: East Coast cities scramble after the blizzard, and why a new train hall won’t fix Penn Station.

CityLab Daily: Snow-Shovel Ready

Also today: DOJ takes on pot, and people aren’t ready for self-driving cars.

CityLab Daily: A New Threat to 'Sanctuary Cities'

Also today: Prepare for the “bomb cyclone,” and mapping the landscape of net neutrality.

CityLab Daily: How Can Your City Do Better in 2018?

Also today: The safest year for air travel, California legalizes pot, and the urban fitness revolution.

How Washington, D.C., Built a Bike Boom

The city’s pioneering bike-share program and growing network of lanes was key. So is “human infrastructure.”

CityLab Daily: Waze Can't Save You From Holiday Traffic

Congestion in some cities tripled this holiday season.

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CityLab Daily: More Bad News for Uber

The European Court of Justice says yes, Uber really is a taxi company.

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CityLab Daily: A Speeding Train

The Amtrak that crashed in Washington had a “positive train control” system, but it wasn’t activated, NTSB says.

How Should Chicago Spend Its Uber Tax?

The Windy City will make ride-hailing services contribute funding for transit. Here’s how they could use the money.