If you always thought you'd fit in better in Middle Earth than Anywhere, U.S.A., a group of architects and engineers would like to give you a chance to test your theory.
Aug 14, 2015 Inhabitat
If you opened Google to do a search on Wednesday, you'd see an image (the "doodle") of a traffic light and six Model-T era cars spelling out the company's name. It was honoring the 101-year anniversary of the birth of the electric traffic light.
Aug 7, 2015 Time
An unflinching op-ed begs a rethinking of narratives that cheer the "Triumph of the City." In the contemporary city, the argument goes, only the rich are better off from urbanization.
Jul 31, 2015 Citymetric
Interested in finding the road less traveled by? Walkonomics has launched in seven cities around the globe.
Jul 25, 2015 ASLA The Dirt
The Swansea Tidal Lagoon, planned for the Bristol Channel on the southern coast of Wales, spares no expense in delivering first-of-its-kind renewable energy.
Jul 4, 2015 The Architect's Newspaper
The familiar tales of expensive living in U.S. cities like San Francisco, New York, and Vancouver gain a little perspective when compared to London. Or maybe London just provides a crystal ball to the future of those cities and others like them.
Jun 30, 2015 The Observer
It might surprise many that London does not offer overnight service on its subway system—while cities like New York, Chicago, Berlin, and Sydney do. That will change in September, however.
Jun 23, 2015 Quartz
While still deeply attached to its history, today London is grappling with rapid population growth. The ensuing need to increase density in appropriate areas and improve connectivity present London with challenges of a quintessentially modern kind.
Jun 20, 2015 The Planning Report
A post by CityMetric uses examples from the United Kingdom to make the case for new approaches to value capture.
Jun 19, 2015 Citymetric
London's deputy mayor for transport says E should come before I—engagement before infrastructure.
Jun 18, 2015 McKinsey & Company