New York’s Uber Cap Is Good News for Basically Everyone
Shanghai and Beijing Have Stopped Growing—but Not on Their Own
New Report: Uber and Lyft Riders Aren’t Giving Up Their Cars—They’re Giving Up Transit
The History of Amsterdam, as Told by 700,000 Pieces of Garbage
As Cost of Living Rises and Wages Stagnate, Big City Freelancers Look to Small Cities
American Cities Are Squandering Some of Their Most Valuable Real Estate: the Curb
The Righteously Angry Blindspotting Takes on the Complexity of Gentrification
Beautiful Visualizations Reduce 25 American Cities to Their Design Essence
When New Orleans Realized Nobody Was Using Its New Road-Closure Map, the City Actually Fixed It
Highways Have Divided and Afflicted City Neighborhoods for Decades. Can They Be Redeemed?
In San Francisco, Being Everyone’s Second Choice Can Make You Mayor
The More Prestigious Your College Degree, the Farther You’re Likely to Move After Getting It
Why Amazon Is Opening More of Its Futuristic, Cashier-Free Convenience Stores
How Cities Are Reining in Out-of-Control Policing Tech
Millennials Are Driving Again (but Not the Rich Ones)
E-Bikes Are Great if You Know How to Ride Them. Here’s How to Make Sure You’re Safe.
A California Politician Proposed a Common-Sense Fix to the Housing Crisis. Here’s Why (Almost) Everyone Hated It.
Rome Is Dirty and Broke. African Migrants Are Cleaning It Up.
Cities Need to Band Together on Self-Driving Cars
You Can Learn a Lot About an American City by Who’s Leaving It