Architects may not like it, but sprawl isn’t going away. Frank Lloyd Wright not only understood that, he dared to reimagine it.
A Q&A with KieranTimberlake Architects on multi-modal transit and citizen engagement.
The planning non-profit seeks to dramatically expand New York City's transportation network while tackling affordability, driverless cars, and climate change, among other challenges.
The student ideas competition seeks to expand how planners traditionally think about cities and hinterlands, finding new fresh solutions and perspectives in the process.
URBAN-X is a partnership between the car company MINI and Urban Us, a venture fund that invests in city-focused enterprises.
Architect Andreas Vogler has designed a high-tech double-decker train for British Rail's existing lines.
At the opening of New York City’s Second Avenue Subway, passengers were given updated copies of the beloved 1972 map by Massimo Vignelli. But, taboo though it may be to say, this attractive map is far from what New York needs.
Photographer Laurian Ghinitoiu turns his camera on the controversial Santiago Calatrava station, to see how it has been absorbed into the life of the city.
Twin volumes from MIT's Center for Advanced Urbanism explore the cultural implications of infrastructure.
When it comes to finding the safest ways to incorporate cyclists into the city's streetscape, one-size does not fit all.
A study by the Design Trust for Public Space and the Department of Transportation suggests ways to reclaim 7,000 miles in U.S. cities for public use.
Five points on what we can expect from a driverless world
A cheery public infrastructure initiative aims to make bus travel more enjoyable.
Bringing eight modes of transportation together was not the only complex problem at the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC). The engineering firm BuroHappold worked with HOK, Parsons Brinckerhoff, and Clark Construction not only to build the largest span of…
New Yorkers have found numerous ways to ignore the highway-centered city of Robert Moses.
Dallas’s local architecture critic leads a campaign to tear down a highway in the autocentric city.
When good intentions meet bad design
A new project reveals how wrong subway maps really are.
The DC Metro system, designed by Harry Weese, was awarded the 2014 AIA 25 Year Award.
Our columnist rides the rails in a city known more for sprawl than transit.