Republicans are renewing claims that federal aid to states will amount to red states bailing out blue ones. Covid-era budget data shows that's not the case.
The president has called for universal broadband access in the US. There's still a long way to go, and the government's own data understates inequities in internet infrastructure.
From public transportation to affordable housing to infrastructure, the new US president has outlined a wide range of initiatives that will profoundly affect how cities recover from the pandemic – and beyond.
His $2trn plan may be less ambitious, but Democratic House and Senate majorities may help lead to real progress on climate.
As the president-elect's stimulus plans emerge, local leaders shouldn't get too excited for direct, flexible aid to bolster their flagging revenues.
Participatory budgeting allows residents to propose projects and vote on how they want to allocate a significant amount of municipal spending.
The results of Tuesday's run-off races have major implications for the fiscal future of local governments across the country.
Vigo’s perpendicular modifications are a striking example of the mass mobility trend reshaping many of Spain’s urban cores.
To create more resilient, equitable urban spaces, all voices have to be at the table. An urban designer argues that planning for a future we can't yet see can help us get there.
Jacksonville has invested millions to repair and upgrade its sewage system, but with the state's population growth, the ageing network cannot keep up.
Cities across the US have passed emergency measures to cap fees that apps like Grubhub and DoorDash charge restaurants. Those moves so far only scratch the surface of a more entrenched conflict.