This unusual animation gives an architectural twist to the history and possible dark future of climate change.
Drivers are mowing over dividers in Oakland meant to protect cyclists and pedestrians. What can be done?
Researchers wanted to forecast potential blackouts across vast spans, not just specific cities.
In Puerto Rico, Florida, and beyond, storms with the force of Hurricane Irma can cause total structural oblivion, smashed trees, and blackouts for weeks or months.
The state transportation department is “full of real, genuine people,” says its spokeswoman, who just happen to be “not that great at art.”
When the tasty critters invade, they can undermine the integrity of dams and levees.
Three takes on imagining a carbon-free world.
Photographer Dillon Marsh contrasts the total output of South African mines against settings of violence and ecological devastation.
How might climate change and new technology cause upheavals in our sensorial landscape?
NASA has crunched the numbers on probable cloud cover and revealed the best places to watch the August 21 cosmic spectacle.
One man is on a mission to map bird-on-human aggression around the world.
“Temperature Anomalies” is a data visualization of the past century’s changing climate that effectively captures how screwed we are.
Dozens of cyclists have crashed on a slice of railroad tracks in Knoxville. What lessons can be gleaned from this infrastructural pitfall?
The LADOT’s inaugural artist-in-residence has gifted a bus shelter with some truly weird, history-inspired scents.
Bask in the sublime beauty of “Karl,” the city’s chilly miasma, with these always-updated satellite images.
A designer who spent his youth floating on rafts has conjured up a delightful transit guide to America’s waterways.
What better place for a giant statue of E. coli?
Get ready to have your subway behavior corrected by cute dogs, cats, and a sneezing panda.
One former dog-walker has set out to map the city’s varying degrees of doggy density.
Which U.S. counties have the fastest travel times to work, and where do the roads seem paved with molasses?
Watch New Yorkers swarm a Citi Bike station like mad ants while cars sit virtually idle across the street.