The famously clean Austrian city boasts one of the world’s most innovative waste processing systems.
The six-lane Innerbelt connector obliterated downtown Akron in the 1970s. Next summer, it’s going to be covered in trees.
The White House is interested in modeling Australia’s approach to national infrastructure. Here’s how they do it Down Under.
Why do some intersections have such high pedestrian injury rates? It’s not all about the number of cars.
A new proposal hopes to repurpose USPS infrastructure to help fight food insecurity in L.A.
Gran Vía should be car-free within three years.
Why is Carmel, Indiana, planning to build as many as 40 more roundabouts on top of its existing 102?
It’s supposed to be a more affordable and flexible way to move people around. But in one of the world’s largest and most congested cities, BRT just made everything worse.
But investing in smart growth policies now can have huge economic returns, a new working paper says.
Welcome to the “Nice Toilet.”
The U.K. capital was a global leader in taming congestion 13 years ago. But the traffic has come back, with a vengeance.
As the 15-year Chicago Riverwalk project draws to a close, the city hopes to use its waterways to bridge neighborhoods.
By spring 2017, the town of Keynsham could get up to 80 percent of its electricity from food waste alone
Three new eastern crossings are promised—for trains, bikes, and cars. Guess which one is controversial.
France has a grand plan for remaking urban transit, and it’s full of aerial cable cars.
A long-discussed plan to permanently ban cars from the river’s quayside gained approval Monday, after a tough debate.
“Let’s direct people to what they can do, instead of can’t,” says one city commissioner.
A new report says there's a better use for $3.7 billion.
A big majority of voters support it, according to a new survey. So why aren’t they getting it?
In a handful of cities, citizen urbanists are crowdfunding projects to make these overlooked stops much more engaging.