This car-centric assessment of roads and mass transit fails to consider the wide range of needs that people and cities have regarding transportation networks.
Bigger parks are not necessarily better for public health, according to recent findings from Peak Urban. There's a strong case for focusing on smaller parks and gardens, especially those encouraging physical activity.
Pre-pandemic, cycling was banned on 22 streets, including a majority of the city's main thoroughfares. Today, citizens are taking it up in droves.
This young activist believes that historic preservation shouldn't get in the way of making cities safer.
Surbana Jurong has signed contracts to do city master plans in ten African countries. Why is the continent relying on outside firms to map its future?
State and local officials in the US are faced with a lot of bad options, but they don't have to cut jobs and services.
The financial fallout from Covid-19 is starting to affect local governments' renewable-energy transition plans and climate action efforts.
Frustrated by the status quo, more and more young people are running for local government, where they believe they can effect progressive change.
Perhaps no UK city is better equipped to respond to its changing demographics than Manchester, where one third of the population will be 50 or older by 2040.
Relying on targeted taxes and fees has proved troublesome this year, while property taxes look like a relatively safe bet.
A Philippines city prepared for natural-disaster-prone Manila aims to succeed where Japan has failed.
Distrustful of the government's pandemic response, residents took matters into their own hands.