Smart Planet points us to a report from the Dukakis Center at Northeastern University that concludes that new transit can lead to gentrification.
Apple paid $4 million to renovate a dilapidated transit station near its new Chicago store. Great. But what if you don't live near an Apple store?
The Partnership for Sustainable Communities has announced an impressive amount of federal assistance to sustainability projects across the country.
The world's booming cities are a hotbed for scientific research. They also have big problems that only science can solve.
William Lind thinks Republican politicians should be supporting public rail transit because it makes sense for their affluent (and mostly white) constituency. He also says white conservatives are "not going to be comfortable" on city buses where they are "surrounded …
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.