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: How a Mayor Fights Migrant Family Separation

Also: Paving over the Everglades, and why cities want their own cryptocurrency.

CityLab Daily: Why Ford Sees a Future in Detroit’s Old Train Station

Also: Create better jobs by fixing the bad ones, and the complex statistics of mass incarceration.

CityLab Daily: How Do You Fix the Bus? We Asked the Drivers.

Also: Rate your latest police encounter, and the brilliant artist that Chicago nearly forgot.

CityLab Daily: D.C.’s War Over Restaurant Tips Will Soon Go National

Also: HQ2 employees might unwittingly pay their taxes to Amazon, and the crazies thing about Elon Musk’s plan for Chicago.

San Francisco Mayor London Breed is pictured.

CityLab Daily: San Francisco Gets a First

Also: Wisconsin wants Millennials, and lessons from that raccoon’s climb up a tower.

CityLab Daily: What You Have to Earn to Rent a Modest Two-Bedroom

Also today: How Ohio’s voter purge targets cities, and Seattle’s “Amazon tax” is dead.

CityLab Daily: Are Americans Really Fleeing to the Suburbs?

Also: So much for Seattle’s “Amazon tax,” and you can’t fix transit by destroying it.

CityLab Daily: Can Cities Make Big Business Pay?

Also: Cutting transit fares for low-income riders, and one thing Uber hasn’t disrupted.

CityLab Daily: Dead Golf Courses Are the New NIMBY Battlefield

Also: Anthony Bourdain’s lens on cities, and Uber’s day of reckoning in London.

CityLab Daily: HUD Unveils ‘Self-Sufficiency’ Hubs

Also: Will Uber and Lyft become different things? And auditioning for the subway.

CityLab Daily: Will San Francisco’s Second Choice Become Mayor?

Also: Is it time to reconsider traffic stops? And the hidden forces that shape cities.

Rest In Peace, Ikea Bike

The Sladda bicycle was an attempt to help city-dwellers ease into life without cars. Now a sweeping recall is bringing the product to its demise.

CityLab Daily: Is LEED Tough Enough?

Also: Watch the suburbs in today’s elections, and what Pyeongchang looks like after the Olympics.

CityLab Daily: Who’s Afraid of the Self-Driving Car?

Also: The climate refugees of Maryland, and discussing the far-out future of cities.

CityLab Daily: What Mayors Are Talking About

Also: We’re not prepared for hurricane season, and Vermont will pay remote workers to move there.

CityLab Daily: It’s Time for the School Bus to Grow Up

Also: Why cities should support street vendors, and the tech that’s changing how cities help the homeless.

CityLab Daily: The Hidden Costs of Losing Your City’s Newspaper

Also: What mayors want most this year, and why everyone is talking about parking.

CityLab Daily: What Did Cities Actually Offer Amazon?

Also: Rebuilding a destroyed historic downtown, and how transit-rich neighborhoods are more affordable.

CityLab Daily: The Cleaner, Quieter Future of Food Trucks

Also: Behind the Uber self-driving car crash, and what surfers understand about gentrification.

CityLab Daily: America’s Fastest Growing Cities

Also: Parking spaces for women, and London’s big push for better design.

CityLab Daily: So Much for the Urban-Rural Divide?

Also: Who owns LOVE? And reverse migration might turn Georgia blue.