Tucked in a corner of Terminal 5 at London’s Heathrow airport, the future of urban mobility is quietly unfolding. Since 2011, on a closed course between the terminal and the Business Car Park, 2.4 miles
Most roads in the US are built for cars, not for pedestrians. Whether we're happy or unhappy with this, most of us are aware of it. But this brilliant illustration, made by Swedish artist Karl Jilg and
The days of putting up with crumbling asphalt streets might just come to an end. Construction company VolkerWessels has revealed plans for recycled plastic roads that are both more sustainable and more
If your daily routine doesn’t get your creative juices flowing, consider adapting these habits of famously creative thinkers. Creativity can be as elusive as it is rewarding. Inspiration usually lies beyond
Reduce urban sprawl, for one thing. What do Tokyo, Stockholm, London, Paris, Berlin, and Hong Kong have in common? They’re among the safest cities in the world when it comes to reported traffic fatalities.
“There are more net jobs in the world today than ever before, after hundreds of years of technological innovation and hundreds of years of people predicting the death of work. The logic on this topic crystal
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Hecht has been the President & CEO of Living Cities since July 2007. Since that time, the organization has adopted a broad, integrative agenda that harnesses the collective knowledge of its 22 member foundations and financial institutions to benefit low income people and the cities where they live. More
Technology has created tremendous opportunities for the world to shrink through communication, collaboration, and cloud-based productivity tools. But it has created immense opportunities for wasting time.
Internet of things,Technology,Internet,Smart cities,Hacking,Data and computer security,Data protection,Cities As cities become more connected, their systems – from traffic lights to utilities meters –