Fifty years after Stonewall, Felipe Rose—“The Indian” from the Village People—remembers New York City’s Greenwich Village as the gay rights movement took hold.
Research on the connections between green space and criminal activity finds that park design and programming determines their impact on crime and safety.
To administer the Green New Deal, combine Interior, Energy, Housing & Urban Development, and Transportation to create a new Department of Cities and Regions.
The milkweed needed to stabilize the country’s monarch-butterfly population thrives in metropolitan areas—especially on residential land.
Also: Don’t call it a YIMBY plan, and why Seattle is opening clean-air shelters.
The president just signed an executive order calling for states and cities to pursue zoning reform. But affordable housing advocates aren’t celebrating.
What does it really mean when certain kinds of cities keep getting ranked as the world’s “most livable”?
Five public buildings will get filtration systems to keep the air inside clean on days when smoke affects the city, Mayor Jenny Durkan announced last week.
Also: Inside the master plan for Sidewalk Labs’s big smart city, and where Americans really come together.
A conversation with the trio of authors behind a new book about the Steel City’s mid-20th-century transformation.
Google’s wayfinding company wants to help drivers and riders find each other on its navigation app—and ease traffic congestion along the way.
Google sibling company Sidewalk Labs has revealed its master plan for the controversial Quayside waterfront development—and it’s a lot bigger.
Americans have fewer and fewer spaces to gather. That’s where nuggets come in.
As Beijing aims to cap population growth, it must contend with its outlying villages that are home to migrant workers who provide the city’s cheap labor.
Also: The quest for quiet in New York City, and the Squirrel Census results are here.
How many squirrels live in New York City's Central Park? Finding the answer was surprisingly complicated.
PIRG’s annual list of “highway boondoggles” includes nine transportation projects that will cost a total of $25 billion while driving up emissions.
For all those nationally who’ve been dazzled by the mayor, the voters of South Bend aren’t satisfied with his response to a fatal police shooting last week.
Desalination is increasingly being used to provide drinking water around the globe. But it remains expensive and creates its own environmental problems.
In a booming city, the din of new construction and traffic can be intolerable. Enter Hush City, an app to map the sounds of silence.