Outdated travel prediction systems are getting in the way of more efficient and equitable transportation.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?
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.
Metro Manila has optimised its major mass transportation lines in a bid to combat the spread of coronavirus and modernise commutes. But is it working?
Thoughtful policies, community engagement and decisive action will be required to hold on to recent gains in bike ridership post-pandemic.
The once-sacred tributary receives about 690 tonnes of pollutants daily. Investment, oversight and massive anti-corruption efforts will be required to clean it up.
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.
Vigo’s perpendicular modifications are a striking example of the mass mobility trend reshaping many of Spain’s urban cores.
Jacksonville has invested millions to repair and upgrade its sewage system, but with the state's population growth, the ageing network cannot keep up.
Combining the best of high-speed trains and autonomous-vehicle tech, they are emerging as a less expensive, more sustainable option.