A new book on the pedestrian-death crisis busts myths and offers solutions.
6x6 was supposed to be a flashy shopping destination. Instead, it’s a death knell for S.F. development.
A Black Lives Matter march through a gated community highlighted the decisions that divide the city.
Sidewalk Labs has abandoned its proposal to remake Toronto’s waterfront.
Inventive Dutch firm MVRDV offers a novel take on what to do with abandoned malls with this project in Taiwan.
More roads, more money, more traffic: a new report argues America’s transit policy gridlock is costing us billions of dollars.
The Arkansas city’s sustainability push is as much about lifestyle and livability as it is about long-term planning.
Neighborhood planning is governed by a biased, unrepresentative system.
Contests to fix everyday urban issues create spectacles instead of solutions.
Cities and states across the country are proposing new upzoning laws to combat the housing crisis. Will they work?
The planned urban living experiment will be erected at the foothills of Mount Fuji.
In 2015, we spoke with the visionary designer behind the look of Blade Runner and other sci-fi classics who passed away this morning.
A bill to allow duplexes statewide shows housing policy fights carry more weight as suburbs shift and housing crisis worsens.
To Meghan Talarowski, play is "so much more than just physical activity."
Meet five practitioners who want our shared spaces to be a resource for those who use them
Through site-specific installations, Bryony Roberts addresses democracy, spatial justice, historic preservation, and identity.
New research suggests even modest densification can add housing without changing neighborhood character.
By expanding its mission, his foundation has embraced a holistic approach to urban challenges.
Culdesac Tempe, a 1,000-person rental development that just broke ground, won’t allow personal cars to be driven or parked on site.
Curated by MASS Design Group, Fringe Cities dissects the harmful legacy of urban renewal.
A cross between a street fair, tactical urbanism, and historical re-enactment, PreEnactIndy uses the past to see a better future.
The 2019 Great Places in America program selected 13 streets, neighborhoods, and urban spaces for the honor.
The Underline, a new linear park, will hire staff to help create digital tools to improve park engagement.
Thousands are protesting today as part of the Global Climate Strike, but how do we count them? We break down the science of counting crowds in cities.
The American Society of Landscape Architects’s guide lays out best practices for designing inclusive streets, parks, playgrounds, and more.
The farm will be home to more than 30 different species of plants that will grow vertically with aeroponic farming, a method that uses nutrient-filled mist to nourish the produce.
The new prize, which comes with a $100,000 award, hopes to raise awareness of the the importance of landscape architecture today.