Businesses that air condition the sidewalk are on alert with a new crowdsourced campaign.
Leave it to the Dutch to engineer the psychology of the regional bike commute.
The Uber CEO’s wild ride has ended. Who should get the next turn behind the wheel?
As cities vow to meet the Paris climate commitments, rival researchers debate the true costs of going 100-percent renewable.
As the city strives to cut carbon emissions, backseat travelers should know when there’s a quicker, cleaner route.
The company’s pledge to cut emissions couldn’t come at a more opportune moment. But can it deliver?
With CEO Travis Kalanick taking leave, the company's leadership is in turmoil. But unless city regulations change, the ride-hailing company will remain on top.
The six-lane Innerbelt connector obliterated downtown Akron in the 1970s. Next summer, it’s going to be covered in trees.
In case you were distracted, here’s what you missed, via Twitter.
America’s mismatch between wages and rental prices is more perverse than ever.
Trump went to Cincinnati to talk about fixing the nation’s aging locks and dams. Would his public-private financing model fit?
Nearly 250 U.S. mayors have pledged to uphold the country’s greenhouse gas commitments. It might be a long shot. But Trump put politics on their side.
Mayors, governors, scientists, and businesses are slapping on game faces after Trump’s Paris swerve.
As U.S. electricity production moves away from coal and fossil fuels, plug-ins look better than ever.
Build dense. Build near transit. Rinse and repeat.
To spark conversation on ever-more connected cities, designers have visualized the acoustic artifacts of Stanford’s fiber-optic wires.
New Census numbers show big population gains in America's big cities. According to our analysis, new housing in some cities may be finally making a dent in years of pent-up demand.
You thought getting your ride stolen was bad. Proposed cuts to key agencies and programs clip the lock on future bike trails.