One tiny DIY parklet became a model for reclaiming streets around the world.
Drivers are mowing over dividers in Oakland meant to protect cyclists and pedestrians. What can be done?
How might climate change and new technology cause upheavals in our sensorial landscape?
The retreat of a longtime urban staple marks yet another way cities have changed after an influx of higher-earning residents.
Bask in the sublime beauty of “Karl,” the city’s chilly miasma, with these always-updated satellite images.
Communities like Antioch, where homelessness has spiked in recent years, haven’t been prepared to handle the growing need.
They make security cameras take your picture and cry for help if somebody is stealing your bike.
New York City, Houston, Miami, and San Francisco have all taken steps to mitigate the risks associated with rising sea levels and global temperatures. Are their successes a blueprint for action at the state and local level?
The tumultuous urban environment seems to be driving up the dire consequences of wrecking, researchers say.
Bay Area bike pros explain how to save your ride from being picked apart like a free Thanksgiving turkey.
Frank Wong’s memories of San Francisco are fading, so to preserve them, the 82-year-old artist recreates them in three dimensions.
The bus company trying to bridge public transit with ride-hailing shuts down after failing to secure new investment.
Subterranean vats were an emergency response to the city being repeatedly and savagely burned to the ground.
Limited city budgets and rising building costs create a recipe for disaster.
See the disaster that transformed the city from a galaxy of perspectives.
Locals and officials teamed up in support of inclusivity on BART.
Most people do. But the Bay Area’s automotive smash-and-grab scene is so intense that some drivers leave their doors open to avoid the expense of replacing broken windows.
Contrary to technology’s image as an equalizer, digital service jobs in United States have clustered and concentrated in a select few metros.
Paying people to avoid the morning rush sort of worked in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Peter Moskowitz’s new book on gentrification outlines how local governments cede their power over residents’ lives to private interests.