Rising sea levels will create massive displacement in coming generations—here's a number of ways that people and communities will transition from low-lying to higher locations and conditions.
Rockville Town Square combines transit and placemaking in a mixed-use retrofit.
Busting the myths of urban-rural disparity, the rebuilding of Puerto Rico, and women's preferences for bike facilities
You can't make a decent city solely with the kinds of buildings designed by today's big-name architects.
Research shows that bicyclists prefer street trees, especially between the bicycle lanes and traffic.
Here are roles and strategies that I have experienced to help many others to heal a damaged built environment.
Andres Duany of DPZ CoDESIGN thinks that houses on wheels could be a good answer to America's affordable housing problem, and to housing adapted for climate change.
Mid-rise residential buildings are an essential component of urbanism when they respond to context and help set the pattern of streets and blocks.
The City of South Bend focuses on complete streets to spur investment in neglected neighborhoods.
Walkable suburbia, the science of playful cities, and quiet in the megalopolis