Artist William Wegman’s famous Weimaraners are now immortalized in mosaics in the New York subway.
By adding thousands more jobs outside the Texas capital, Apple has followed a tech expansion playbook that may just exacerbate economic inequality.
Congestion pricing is gaining ground in New York City and Los Angeles. That could help turn around ride-hailing’s losses.
Also: Why is it legal for landlords to refuse Section 8 renters? And the case for teaching architecture in school.
As U.S. cities hire nightlife officials, we talked to people on the job about what they really do—and why you shouldn’t call them “night mayors” at all.
Compared to Toronto and Vancouver, Montreal’s real estate market looks enviable—but its rents are shaped by factors other cities can’t replicate.
From taco-rich San Diego to the tortilla wastelands of Boston, we asked you to grade U.S. cities on two critical metrics: Mexican food and public transportation.
San Jose and Baltimore are considering bills to prevent landlords from rejecting tenants based on whether they are receiving federal housing aid. Why is that necessary?
A new study finds that as the rich move back to superstar cities' urban cores to gain access to unique amenities they drive low-income people out.
Oslo’s Powerhouse collective wants buildings that make better cities in the face of climate change.
Also: New York City’s self-induced transportation crisis, and the “Dutch reach” comes to driver’s ed.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no-confidence vote in Parliament, but the stakes in Britain’s Brexit dilemma have only gone up.
They can be a threat to public health, and a poor solution to larger environmental problems.
Amtrak’s 30th Street Station was slated to lose its iconic “split-flap” display. But Philadelphians had other ideas.
Starting in January, American traffic safety organizations like AAA will teach motorists how to better avoid hitting passing bicyclists with car doors.
Through the organization Architecture for Children, Hong Kong architect Vicky Chan has taught urban design and planning to thousands of kids. Here’s why.
Bill de Blasio and other city officials are heading for commuting calamity by failing to properly plan a coherent vision for subways, buses, e-bikes, and ride-hailing.
A new tool by the Urban Institute maps the geography of car loan debt and delinquency.
Also: Fire trucks are too big, and the tree that ruined your city’s Christmas.