As a new photo project shows, these places aren’t just bright and slightly battered spots to clean clothes—they’re community hubs where people linger and make connections.
LimeBike’s fleet arrives at an opportune time, with the full blessing of city hall—but cultural and logistical hurdles could still pose a challenge.
Blame Google, Facebook, and Apple.
Without these 250 new trains, the Underground might well be on a fast-track to meltdown.
An area made famous by Slumdog Millionaire might look crammed and chaotic to outsiders, but a local urbanist group shows the intricate, valuable complexity that exists there. Can that save the neighborhood from demolition?
“It’s about making long-term commitments,” said an architect in Reykjavik’s planning department.
The city wants UNESCO to list the cafe-restaurant hybrids as world heritage sites. Can that save them from decline?
As an appeal against the removal of its license looms, Uber’s recent charm offensive risks backfiring.
The city’s latest move to limit vacation rentals could come in handy for other cities trying out their own regulations.
It’s not always big leaders with big plans.
The landslide vote to repeal the constitutional amendment that effectively bans abortion in Ireland highlights the major changes going on in that country.
In an effort to clean up popular sites of outdoor urination, researchers studied the mind of the man who pees in public. Their work could make stadiums and festival grounds smell a lot fresher in the future.
Starting in November, the city will make clear that downtown streets are not for drivers.
The city's Public Practice program is embedding experienced architects and planners around the area in an effort to speed housing construction and get more inclusive public spaces.
Kanepi, Estonia’s new symbol is pretty dope.
Meet the new world leader in fare-free living.
The city is launching a study to explore the possibility of going fully fare-free.
A new documentary charts the recent history of Basildon, one of Britain’s first post-war new towns.
Following an announcement by Historic England, 17 buildings, the youngest of which was designed in 1991, will be preserved. It’s not hard to see why the newly listed buildings caught conservationists’ eyes.
Glitches and worker strikes have brought the world’s first modern bikeshare program to its knees.