31 min ago
An EU irective calls for charging stations in all new European homes.
The Guardian
15 hours ago
Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau aims to institute a national carbon price in Canada.
The Economist
16 hours ago
Alon Levy argues that the best path to traffic safety is through design rather than traffic law enforcement.
Pedestrian Observations
17 hours ago
Study links wildfires to climate change.
Five Thirty Eight
18 hours ago
Details are emerging about the how and where of a proposed a bus rapid transit (BRT) connection between Downtown Pittsburgh and Oakland.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
19 hours ago
Suddenly, the business practices of Airbnb seem to be under attack in many locations—including one of the company's most lucrative markets.
The New York Times
20 hours ago
One of the major critics of the $64 billion project that would link Los Angeles and San Francisco just became a supporter, and that's really good news considering the project's major booster, Gov. Jerry Brown, will be leaving office in two years.
The Associated Press
21 hours ago
The Akron City Council will this week decide on legislation that could at it to the roster of cities that have reformed parking requirements.
Akron Beacon Journal
22 hours ago
The new position will keep the city on track in its comprehensive strategy to aid the nearly 40,000 homeless people in Los Angeles.
LA Downtown News
23 hours ago
Urban agriculture likely has more social than material impacts. But who does it benefit most?
After beefing up the 1968 Fair Housing Act, the feds are guiding cities to compliance.
Next City
New York City provides a case study in the effort to satisfy growing demand with more mixed-use development.
The New York Times
The Internet of Things—that network enabled collection of objects designed to make our lives easier through automation and user experience—has created a massive new collections of targets for hackers.
Associated Press via SFGate
The Courier-Journal is launching a series of reports on the city of Louisville's ongoing work to clean up its sewer system.
During the second presidential debate Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton claimed that the "U.S. was energy independent." Some in the media, including Politifact, were quick to report that claim as "false." And the news just got worse.
2 days ago
Though many retirement communities still look just as they have for many decades—defined by cul-de-sacs and golf courses—many seniors are looking for a more urban lifestyle.
The New York Times
2 days ago
Many cities popular with tourists are dealing with the effects of a proliferation of short-term rental properties (brokered through the use of online platforms like Airbnb). New Orleans just took steps to legalize, but limit, short-term rentals.
The Times-Picayune
2 days ago
The architectural firm SCAPE plans new paths through Lexington, Kentucky’s downtown using the city's buried water and karst formations as its key features.
The Achitect's Newspaper
2 days ago
Denver developers are building parking that can be converted into housing, anticipating radical changes that autonomous vehicles could bring to city life.
Denver Post
2 days ago
If climate change is among the world's most pressing environmental issues, then Initiative 732 in Washington state should be watched by all concerned with the future of the planet. PBS NewsHour explores why the initiative is so controversial.
PBS NewsHour
3 days ago
Faced with the underwhelming performance of the newly opened UP Express, Toronto transit officials did something drastic: they slashed the cost of a ride.