You’ll never look at traffic the same way again. When most of us picture our commute into work, we see the back of another car, or perhaps recall the sordid scents of the subway. But when Craig Taylor,
When it was announced last year that a district in Toronto would be handed over to a company hoping to build a model for new tech-driven smart city, critics were quick to voice concerns. Despite Justin
The constant chatter about driverless, autonomous, and electric vehicles is nearly deafening. Yet, in all of that noise what's most often missed is that the implications these trends will have go well
Cities are regulating mobility startups, but ignoring the real problem—there’s still too much space for cars Over the last few months, I’ve spent a lot of time looking at century-old images of U.S. streets.
UrbanFootprint makes it easy to run simulations to see how a new plan might change traffic and commute times, the ability of kids to walk to school, access to jobs, energy use, the local economy, health,
The traditional canon of urban planning excludes people and practices that could greatly benefit it—and society. That needs to change. In Cities of Tomorrow, a textbook commonly used to teach the history
Alphabet’s smart city spinoff has mapped all of San Francisco’s parking rules Urban curbsides have traditionally been allocated based on real estate: parking meters in front of shops, loading zones near
In a bid to cut air pollution and make cities more livable. The university city of Tübingen, in southwest Germany, is testing free public transportation for all residents. Two weeks ago, the city began