A new interactive platform is letting city planners drag and drop sidewalks, parking lanes and buildings onto plans in real-time — all with the click of a mouse.
Explore Portland Oregon before there was a coffee shop and vegan restaurant on every block.
What happens when an urbanite is forced to forage for food in a city park?
A recent New York Times article bemoans the lack of progress on high speed rail in the US. But, an $11 billion investment is just a drop in the bucket compared to what is required to build the high speed rail systems the US needs.
Upping Amazon’s same-day delivery ante, Uber is launching same-half hour delivery in D.C. — and some people don’t like that.
Travel really does inspire the heart and mind — or so these 40 young entrepreneurs learned during their 10 days with the Millennial Trains Project.
Orlando had a recording-breaking year for visitors with 59 million coming to the Florida city in 2013, beating out NYC.
Urban trees don’t just keep us sane — they keep us healthy. And a new study is revealing the extent to which they do.
A new app lets residents take part in “blexting”–blight texting–to help clean up the city’s abandoned buildings. But, Detroit’s not the first to open their 311 lines to crowdsourcing.