Delivery vehicles waste a lot of time searching for parking. Cities can fix that

The first careful study on the issue suggests drivers spend more than an hour circling for parking each day.

'They rely on you being intimidated': Local elected officials in the US describe how police unions bully them

Current and former municipal office holders say they've met a unique kind of resistance when negotiating with law enforcement representatives.

Outdoor dining is a lifeline for restaurants, but cities don’t always make it easy

Five cities show what can go wrong, and how it can be done right.
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In South Africa's cities, evictions are happening despite a national ban

The main targets are residents living in informal dwellings.

To see how a city embraces remote work, look to Helsinki

Before Covid, Finland already displayed impressive levels of remote working.
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Mayor Marvin Rees' hope for Bristol: A more equitable city that can 'live with difference'

He's pursuing a number of projects to combat poverty and improve the city's sustainability.