Also: When a suffering city loses its newspaper, and how “corn sweat” makes summer more humid.
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Also: We were promised moon cities, and the future of the city is childless.
Also: Let’s talk about zoo design, and the last vape shops in San Francisco.
Also: Scooter companies get serious about safety, and three skill sets that explain U.S. economic geography.
Also: An ancient city gets a splashy new waterfront, and what affordable housing looks like in Shanghai.
Also: Debunking the bystander effect, and the architecture of adult entertainment.
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Also: The problem with renting a scooter by the month, and fixing the gender imbalance in NYC’s monuments.
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Also: What should a “smart city” look like, and can park design deter crime?
Also: Don’t call it a YIMBY plan, and why Seattle is opening clean-air shelters.
Also: Inside the master plan for Sidewalk Labs’s big smart city, and where Americans really come together.
Google’s wayfinding company wants to help drivers and riders find each other on its navigation app—and ease traffic congestion along the way.
Also: The quest for quiet in New York City, and the Squirrel Census results are here.