There’s a silver lining for the 235 places that did not win.
Each year, local governments spend nearly $100 billion to move headquarters and factories between states. It’s a wasteful exercise that requires a national solution.
If Democrats want to build a durable coalition, they will need to shift their approach, building ties between voters in cities and those in the suburbs that surround them.
Proposition 10 was rejected but rent control is on the agenda in other places across the country. Why? It’s not the affordable housing fix-all people think.
Even if the 2018 midterm elections seemingly produce a blue wave, non-traditional candidates will continue to rise as Bernie Sanders has injected socialism into national discourse.
Why do political leaders portray asylum seekers and refugees as an invading army? Because it’s very effective.
The Portland, Oregon, Clean Energy Community Benefits Initiative on the ballot Tuesday is a model for other cities to address inequity and climate change.
The transport app Whim is oft-cited as a model for the future of urban mobility. Two years post-launch, has it changed the way people move around Helsinki?
While federal and state governments take a back seat, cities are driving the regulation of autonomous vehicles.
Six years after Sandy hit New York, waterfront development in the region continues with scant attention to cohesive storm-mitigation strategy.
It affirms a supremacist mentality. I thought we were done propping that up.
Deadly attacks by car and truck are on the rise, but cities often fail to respond in ways that protect the most vulnerable road users. Here’s how anti-terror infrastructure can ease walking, biking, and public transit use, not impede it.
Dutch engineers are renowned for their ability to keep cities dry. But their approach doesn’t necessarily translate to an American context.
We have good data about flood risks. The challenge is getting it to people when they need it, in a way that’s useful.
Youth isn’t a good proxy for support of political correctness, and race isn’t either.
A court in New York City breeds a family of fathers, brothers, and sons, out of people unconnected by blood.
An excerpt from Jeff Speck’s Walkable City Rules, a step-by-step guide to fixing America’s cities and towns.
After Rahm Emanuel, the city’s new leader could build a national model for an equitable transportation system. Here’s how.
People need easy access to work and to essential services to live decent, independent lives. Cities need Universal Basic Mobility. It’s a human right.
A surge in migrants has fueled populist backlashes in cities around the world. But urban areas have a key role to play in mitigating the crisis.
A generation ago, places like Oklahoma City felt as if they were in a permanent state of decline, says its longtime mayor. Here’s why people are coming back.