Apple and Amazon could be neighbors.
Kanepi, Estonia’s new symbol is pretty dope.
As St. George, Utah grows, it will have to cut down on its high water consumption or pay handsomely for it—or both.
It’s time to think less about commuting and more about making all those other common everyday trips safer.
The northwest part of the state has built an impressive network of bicycle infrastructure—thanks, in part, to the Walton Family Foundation.
Meet the new world leader in fare-free living.
It’s not high costs alone that are pushing people out of expensive cities—whole categories of jobs are underrepresented there.
Also: Awful commuting unites us all, and the playful brilliance of Will Alsop.
This would be the de-gentrification of the city of Stockbridge, with its wealthy areas carved away for a new city while remaining residents pick up the substantial tab left behind.
A new documentary follows the epic journeys faced by commuters in Istanbul, Mexico City, and Los Angeles.
Rare books, records, and other printed materials in thousands of U.S. archives face elevated risks from natural disasters or changing temperatures.
It takes a volunteer army of student mapmakers to build a better transit tracker.
Several new advocacy groups have sprung up to push for better housing policies at the state and national level. Their first job: Communicating how significant the problem really is.
You knew a building was his the second you set eyes on it and yet he still managed to surprise.
Also: What’s really behind economic mobility, and the problem with opportunity zones.
The state’s potential new law has been criticized for placing new burdens to retain Medicaid coverage primarily on blacks. But the bill's onerous rules are likely to affect almost every recipient.
The city is launching a study to explore the possibility of going fully fare-free.
Washington D.C. transit officials announced plans to update the payment system for rail and bus with a great new app. But if they don’t go further, this writer says, the speed of transit innovation will soon leave them scrambling.
Will tax incentives really encourage investors to help revitalize low-income communities? Research on similar efforts from the past suggests otherwise.
The American Dream turns on where we live. But it’s job markets and marriage partners—not schools—that make the biggest difference in who climbs the economic ladder.