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: Keep an Eye on This

Also: Revisiting the new urban crisis, and the amazing psychology of Japanese train stations.

CityLab Daily: The Wild World of Scooter Sharing

Also: The cities Americans move to—and from—for work, and what is loitering, really?

CityLab Daily: Don't Get Too Excited About Bike to Work Day

Also: The jobs getting priced out of superstar cities, and America’s fastest-growing metro region has a water problem.

Don't Get Too Excited About Bike to Work Day

It’s time to think less about commuting and more about making all those other common everyday trips safer.

CityLab Daily: The Housing Crisis Might Be America's Next Big Political Issue

Also: Awful commuting unites us all, and the playful brilliance of Will Alsop.

CityLab Daily: The World's Biggest Free Transit Experiment

Also: What’s really behind economic mobility, and the problem with opportunity zones.

CityLab Daily: The Most Blunderful Time of the Year

Also: Why do so many young adults live with their parents? And the problem with the cool city.

CityLab Daily: Inside the Massive U.S. 'Border Zone'

Also today: Boston wants people to build tiny houses in their yards, and Chicago’s South Side gets dockless bikeshare.

CityLab Daily: How to Build a Bus Renaissance

Also today: What affordable housing already looks like, and inside the secret cities that created the atomic bomb.

CityLab Daily: The Hypocrisy of Amazon

Also: Should Cynthia Nixon apologize? And five breakthroughs that could make you love the bus.

Chicago’s South Side Gets Dockless Bikeshare

A pilot program on the South Side aims to expand beyond the reach of the city’s docked system. But will lock-to requirements and other regulations allow for enough bikes to be useful?

CityLab Daily: How Riders Win the Bus Fight

Also: How to kill a bike lane, and college grads drive up urban rents.

CityLab Daily: Demanding a Fair Housing Plan

Also: China’s electric bus revolution, and a big-box store becomes a high school.

CityLab Daily: Bus to the Future

Also: California’s housing hell, and the case for D.C.’s flat skyline.

CityLab Daily: A Chance for Rail Diplomacy

Also: What Arizona teachers are still fighting for, and Mexico City’s wild new airport.

CityLab Daily: A Gentle Revolution for 'Solar City'

Also: Amazon chafes at Seattle’s tax plan, and the great housing reset.

CityLab Daily: Nashville's Transit Plan Just Got Trounced

Also: The rise of the rural creative class, and Kanye wants to develop cities.

CityLab Daily: What Today's Workers Are Up Against

Also: Oakland’s mayor won’t back down, and Uber and Lyft could do a lot more for the planet.

CityLab Daily: How Copenhagen Became an Urban Laboratory

Also: Trees save megacities tons of money, and experimenting to tackle the opioid crisis.

CityLab Daily: Nashville's Transit Fight Just Got Weird

Also: The libertarian dream of a floating city, and street grids may make cities hotter.