While its shuttered department stores cause headaches around the U.S., Sears’s massive 1920s warehouses represent a triumph of post-industrial urbanism.
A new Google campus in San Jose will be a chance for the tech giant to pioneer a more equitable form of urban development—and regain public goodwill.
Illinois politicians agree that Chicago’s Thompson Center should be replaced. Architects and preservationists beg to differ, and a new documentary presents their case.
Long neglected in transportation planning, popular jogging and biking routes are getting more attention thanks to new data collected by Strava.
In a popular bar area, the District wants to see what happens when it removes parking spaces to make room for ride-hailing services.
The development is the company's first foray into what it has described as "rebuilding cities from the Internet up.”
The new ABC comedy about a rapper turned mayor flips the mirror back on coastal America in the Trump era.
The new Netflix show depicts New York City's problems in their most extreme, playfully modeling how the city shouldn’t be.
The federal government spends $7.6 billion a year paying people to drive to work, and it’s making traffic and pollution worse. Here’s how some cities are fighting back.
One tiny DIY parklet became a model for reclaiming streets around the world.
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Here’s how residents of Miami-Dade County are fleeing the path of Hurricane Irma.
A morning roundup of the day’s news.
Who knew transit timetables could be so zen?
A weekend-long experiment in Barberton, Ohio, showed residents how they can benefit from human-centered urban design.
The city has an ambitious plan to build more homes, but it’s not set up for success just yet.
On Google Maps, a mass migration in progress.
The app’s newest feature combines two major trends in modern cartography: mapping life in real time, and mapping subjective, emotional information.
Check out these meticulously detailed infographics of every public transportation mode in 24 major cities.
In a region known for its kindly climate, residents are being forced to adapt to unfamiliar extremes
A concept for AV expressways promises to reduce travel times, but falls into an old trap of car-centric planning.