With very few exceptions, city-to-city travel in the US by rail is, if available at all, generally slow and inconvenient outside of the Northeast.
Fifty years after it was first conceptualized, the American shopping mall is dying off.
Now officials have a mess on their hands. The development got just far enough to do considerable damage to the neighborhood without progressing far enough to do any good...
Forbes Magazine and Carol Colleta at CEOs for Cities picked up on a recent study by INRIX, a Seattle-area tech firm with surprising things to say about traffic congestion.
'Green' living sometimes feels like all the craze these days. Cars, cosmetics, furniture, packaging, and buildings are just a few common items marketed and sold as 'sustainable' products.
A new report from the US Environmental Protection Agency documents a dramatic shift in the pattern of new development
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg last week
A travel feature in the Sunday NYT on Serenbe not only caught the attention of new urbanists -- it's currently the Times third
By Inga Saffron Inquirer Architecture Critic