Van Alen Sessions
A short-documentary series highlighting current debates about urban infrastructure
To ward off infrastructure disaster, state engineers are experimenting with a new technology.
The method has little environmental impact and uses existing infrastructure. So why isn’t it more popular?
Baltimore addressed its trash problem in its Inner Harbor with a floating water wheel. But it got public buy-in by giving it a personality.
Currently, there are 3,215 installation projects throughout the city—triple the amount from 2014.
More and more plants are being scheduled to shutdown. What happens next?
Welcome to the Eagle Ford natural gas field in South Texas, population: uncertain.
Meet the women who are making it happen.
With new stations opening in March, the city takes a crucial step toward a much-needed transit overhaul.
A reality-based tour of California’s most fantastical infrastructure concept.
The biggest transportation crisis facing New York City is the result of outdated infrastructure and Superstorm Sandy.