Could zoning help the UK build its way out of a housing crisis?

A new report suggests a plan to address failures in the UK housing market.

Seattle's swift street closures show the highs and lows of rushing the process

"Stay Healthy Streets" were praised as a pandemic response. Making them permanent hasn't been so well received.

A looming fiscal crisis raises another fear for US cities: State oversight and financial control boards

The pandemic economy could revive a fraught method for fixing distressed local budgets.

How America became over-policed and under-policed at the same time

"Residential segregation is central to all this," the author Jill Leovy says.

When rethinking the streets, don't forget the power of cargo bikes

Those new cycling networks can be used to transport goods as well as people.

The reality of US city budgets: Police funding eclipses most other agencies

And the link between funding and crime rates isn't clear.

In the Covid era, the relationship between cities and megadevelopments makes even less sense

The demise of Sidewalk Labs’ Waterfront Toronto project may only be the beginning.