It's one thing to talk about designing for people instead of cars, and another thing make good on that pledge by tearing tear down elevated highways.
A model for DIY street improvement comes out of Dallas, even capturing the imagination of Long Island's favorite son -- Billy Joel.
Where we choose to live, and how, is emerging as a crucial factor in the battle to reduce carbon emissions. Is there anything to be gained by framing the cities vs. suburbs conflict as just another culture war?
A new Canadian study indicates that more and more people prefer to live in high-density apartments.
Urban agriculture is a movement in transition. Agriculture has a vital role to play in cities, but it must be done in a way that keeps the urban fabric intact.
A Maine woman was badly bruised when a bullet fired by her neighbor ricocheted onto her property and hit her in the face. What really concerned her, though, was the damage done to her car.
Eighteen months ago, the city of Kokomo, Ind., was one of those American Rust Belt towns that looked like it was clanking toward irreversible decay. Today the community of some 45,000 people is revitalized and renewed, thanks to an infusion of federal stimulus money and a variety of economic strategies.
The new photo series "Lee Friedlander: America by Car" shows how our mode of transportation shapes our experience of the world.
Trains. People love them. And these riders want the government to know it.