Here’s what it should learn from London’s infamous efforts to build one.
E.U. agencies are packing up to leave London, and the city’s international power and prestige ebbs.
London really tried to use the 2012 Games to improve people’s lives. A new report shows the skeptics were right all along.
Switzerland’s biggest city clamps down on 132 millionaires currently living in public projects.
Germany’s Stolpersteine monuments show how a historic force of terror unfurled on the same streets people walk down today. Their disappearance is cause for concern.
British visitors were overcharged for lunch, the U.K. press pounced, and now everyone is mad.
The Victoria and Albert Museum will conserve a chunk of the Robin Hood Gardens estate—a symbolic death knell for the ethos behind the city’s postwar public housing.
Stop fumbling with your wallet at the turnstile and wear this ring instead.
London’s plans for Oxford Street show that even the busiest roads can ban vehicles—but there's one major misstep.
Paris, Madrid, and Lisbon are making it easier than ever for residents to get a boost as they pedal around town. New York says that’s simply not allowed.
It’s been a rocky road since declaring sovereignty from Spain.
After clearing a tent city in its most famous park, Berlin is trying to push migrants to leave. Is the approach realistic or fair?
And that may not even be the most dramatic Spanish political event of the day.
When regular water just isn’t Parisian enough.
Liverpool’s first directly elected mayor is on a mission to engage disaffected residents.
Ada Colau, a self-proclaimed “municipalist,” criticized threats from both Spanish nationalists and Catalonian independence seekers at CityLab Paris. She says city leaders are distinctly positioned to find compromise.
To build support for a new charge on older cars, the mayor’s office tells the public, “If you could see London’s air, you’d want to clean it too.”
One chart shows which cities do best when it comes to biking, walking, or taking public transit to work.
The financial crisis brought (literally) darker times to parts of Athens. Now one neighborhood is fighting to bring light back to the streets.
Denmark’s capital may be a cyclists’ paradise, but recent trends show what’s really necessary to sustain a bike boom.
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