The London mayor wants to create a new road tunnel in London despite announcing his plans to tackle climate change. Huddling from the rain, around 30 Extinction Rebellion activists are getting ready to
In the midst of an affordability crisis and calls from advocates to build more apartments for NYC’s homeless population, the de Blasio administration has announced changes to its rules for applicants the
The construction site for a new apartment building in Los Angeles in 2018. The construction site for a new apartment building in Los Angeles in 2018. One of California’s most destructive wildfires devastated
A billion dollars for an empty tract of land always sounded like a Hollywood fairytale. This week reality came crashing down on the investors, real estate agents and feuding litigants who – all too briefly
In 1956, US taxpayers gave General Motors, Ford, and the American car industry one of the world’s most expensive gifts: A $26 billion interstate highway system (eventually costing $129 billion) and a policy
Tom Messina has worked hard over the past 20 years making omelettes and burgers for thousands of loyal customers at his diner – Tom’s Diner – in Denver. Now the guy has an opportunity to sell his business
Cycling advocates have proposed a network of bicycle paths connecting the suburbs and city center, comparing their plan to the region’s rapid transit system. Paris may be developing a reputation as a city,
In Los Angeles County, where residents deal with demoralizing congestion and not-so-reliable public transit options, more than 150,000 people now spend 90 minutes or longer commuting to work in each direction.
With 25,000 students and the nation’s highest transportation costs, the Boston Public School District needed a better way to get kids to class. The yellow school bus has remained largely unchanged since
Like 11 other dockless e-scooter companies, Scoot Networks was eager to obtain a coveted permit to do business in San Francisco. In its application, the start-up promised it would “serve more of San Francisco
As part of the East New York rezoning that was approved in 2016, the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), along with City Council member Rafael Espinal and Brooklyn borough president
If you were sitting in the lobby of one particular downtown Los Angeles skyscraper when energy from the magnitude 7.1 Ridgecrest earthquake arrived, you might have felt a few seconds of light shaking.