Kansas City has streetlights equipped with sensors and plans to make roads pay for themselves. But its chief innovation officer says there’s nothing smart about them.
In the U.S., only New Jersey mandates this practice.
If the state has a better grasp on the dividends it reaps from trees, it might support investing in them.
The semi-official post is the first of its kind in the world.
Will Calle Ocho become a “complete street”? Or remain a highway?
Models matter. Let’s design more streets like the streets we already love.
A mother-daughter artist duo has designed a simple but potentially effective solution to a major road safety problem.
"It’s the American expectation that’s creating the problem," says parking guru Donald Shoup.
A friendly approach and word-of-mouth are key to the Urban Cycle Loan program’s success.
The new rule is part of a wider city pushback against perceived commercial exploitation.
It’s time to put the sharrow to rest.
Call it congestion pricing for taxi cabs.
A friendly reminder to Washington, D.C.
The €40 million initiative is the city’s latest effort to reduce its heavy pollution.
Under a new plan, money collected from the city’s high-traffic zones would go toward bike upgrades.
The “yellow pedestrian border” is an intriguing fix—if not the ideal design solution.
“We don’t know what the hell to do about it,” says one planner. “It’s like pondering the imponderable.”
They’ve been languishing for a long time but are finally becoming sites of urban intervention.
The “Transformation Department” has challenged the city’s commitment to cyclists.
Oakland tries a makeover for the humble sharrow.