United States

12 hours ago
Housing starts haven't ben this low in nine months, according to new data released by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Reuters
20 hours ago
Master the ins and outs of inclusionary zoning.
CityLab
Yesterday
"Comrades, rejoice: In the face of the counter-revolutionary neo-liberal onslaught, there’s at least one arena where the people’s inalienable rights reign supreme: we embrace socialism for car storage."
City Commentary
Yesterday
A new report from the Urban Institute aims to demystify the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit.
Urban Institute
2 days ago
Milwaukee is poised to start a Scooter share pilot. Meanwhile, a “lock to” requirement for bikes in Chicago may stop companies like ofo and Lime from keeping a foothold in that city.
Next City
2 days ago
Allison Arieff writes a passionate plea for Americans to ditch the car and reconnect with pedestrian experiences. There's even a car company helping pave the way for a new approach to streets.
The New York Times
3 days ago
Umair Irfan provides a post-mortem, of sorts, on the tenure of Scott Pruitt at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Vox
3 days ago
The luxury market has been “reignited,” according to Realtor.com.
Dallas News
Feature
3 days ago
Parking and the City features Shoup at his witty best, accompanied by a group of passionate collaborators for the cause of rational parking regulations. The future of parking reform is in good hands.
James Brasuell
4 days ago
At the NATO Summit in Brussels last Wednesday, President Trump charged that Germany was captive to Russia because of its dependence on Russian natural gas, and a new, controversial pipeline from Russia to Germany will exacerbate its dependency.
The Washington Post
4 days ago
A new study builds an even stronger case for setting pollution controls at PM 2.5 to prevent increased risk of diabetes. The EPA's clean air regulations set a threshold much less restrictive than that level.
The Atlantic
4 days ago
Details of the parking and automobile-related revenue generated by the 25 largest cities in the United States reveals a wide range of potential effects arising from a future of self-driving cars.
Governing
5 days ago
Total on-site energy use in U.S. homes declined between 2009 and 2015, thanks to new new building technology and warmer winters.
Housing Perspectives
5 days ago
With so much attention devoted to how technology will change roadways and vehicles, less speculation has attended to the ways technology will change walking.
Foreground
5 days ago
Electric-assist bikes, also known as e-bikes, will make it easier for more people to ride bikes, according to this opinion piece.
The Urbanist
6 days ago
It seems like Vision Zero never had a chance.
Greater Greater Washington
6 days ago
Uber announced 100 lay offs this week.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
6 days ago
CVS is about as American as apple pie, but at what cost to American communities?
The Dallas Morning News
6 days ago
A new report providing credible estimates of five cities of differing size and geographic location reveals one truth about the United States: parking is the dominant land use in cities.
Streetsblog USA
6 days ago
The Brookings Institution released the Global Metro Monitor 2018 report this week.
Brookings