What does a city designed for autistic people look like?
A landscape designer creates an urban plan for people like her brother.
What if Raleigh and Atlanta just merged?
If the pace of past growth is anything to go by, much of the Southeast could become one big megalopolis in the next 50 years, say scientists.
2014 Solar Decathlon Europe competitors tackle urban density
Sustainable city living is a focal point for a quartert of contenders at the 2014 Solar Decathlon Europe in Versailles. Will one of these teams come in first?
The push to create new bike commuters, one bike lane at a time
Despite the benefits of bicycling for cities and citizens, state programs are expected to only spend a combined $5.5 billion on bike and walking projects over the next four years.
5 creative ways people get around cities
It’s not all planes, trains and automobiles. How about painted buses, cable cars, electric bikes and rickshaws?
With city populations on the rise, some urban areas are doing what they can to become more sustainable communities.
Kvetchtown, USA: Mapping NYC’s most complain-y neighborhoods
The Big Apple’s complaining culture gets its very own interactive website that spotlights the top issues (noise! vermin! dog poop!) reported within 42 different neighborhoods on a daily basis.
London will have bike highways in the sky? Learn more.
Oslo’s hot pink manhole covers spell out what can be flushed down toilets
In the event that residents living in the squeaky clean Norwegian capital somehow forget what’s kosher to flush down the toilet, they needn’t look much further than hard-to-miss manhole covers for a quick reminder.