Can bookstores build community? Proponents in Milan of a recently passed law that regulates discounts and promotes literacy think so.
Outdated travel prediction systems are getting in the way of more efficient and equitable transportation. Urban planners Claire Fram and Richard de Cani of Arup believe there's a solution.
Heating homes with excess heat from power plants instead of individual boilers seems like a climate no-brainer, but given its historical reliance on coal, does the technology have a place in the clean-energy transition?
Growing backlash against big technology companies, combined with the pandemic, has led to diminishing enthusiasm for a term that once dominated the conversation around the future of cities.
San Francisco, Seattle and Dublin show what happens when a city becomes a global hotspot for tech jobs without planning to accommodate growth and change.
The new US DOT, says urban planner Steven Higashide, understands that street-level changes, repeated at scale, can add up to a country that is greener and more just.