Also today: Hyperlooping to Cleveland, and an urbanist syllabus for Black Panther.
Also today: The attainable wonders of Wakandan transit, and the geography of the U.S. Olympic team.
Also today: What’s needed to actually fund infrastructure, and the NRA gets some pushback in Dallas.
Also today: The case for a mayor in the White House, and how Australia conquered guns.
Also today: A portrait of Parkland, Florida, and Seattle is winning the war on the car commute.
Also today: ‘Queering the map,’ and Cape Town adjusts to a water diet.
Also today: Preemption comes to dockless bikesharing, and the real cause of the opioid crisis.
Also today: How to design "age-friendly" cities and why rural Brits outlive their American counterparts.
Also today: When trains beat out planes, and “the resistance requires a coin.”
Also today: New Orleans wants to keep an eye on you, and a better way to measure density.
Also today: Pittsburgh’s mayor talks autonomous vehicles, and a new way to find LGBT-friendly housing.
Also today: The mind-boggling toll of traffic, and Maryland offers Amazon a “blank check.”
Also today: Cities can’t fix what’s wrong with American government, and how tax cuts could change the electoral map.
Also today: Philly celebrates, and Amazon gets a plea for inclusivity.
Also today: Could self-driving trucks be good for drivers?
Also today: Density’s next frontier, and why tech companies shouldn’t plan our cities.
Also today: “Things are not OK,” San Juan’s mayor says, and a utopian town demolishes its own history.
“What happens very quickly is that your generation becomes part of the story and your face becomes part of the message.”
Also today: The case for reforming rent control, and the imperfect science of mapping the flu.
Also today: Infrastructure at the State of the Union, and mayors pressure Congress for housing funds.