Reading Time: 13 minutes

San Francisco: From Wall Street of the West to TAMI Town

Once the pinnacle of the West Coast's finance and banking industries, San Francisco's development since World War II have transformed it into a mecca for arts, culture and indeed counterculture - and it wasn't long before the technology industry followed. Here, we trace the iconic city's rise and rise again, but it isn't without its challenges.
Reading Time: 7 minutes

Move NY: New York’s Latest Transport Revolution

Move NY – an ambitious plan to reduce pressure on New York’s busiest roads, has garnered both criticism and support across the City. The plan, which promises to create more than 30,000 jobs and ease traffic congestion in the Big Apple, hopes to reduce commuting costs for New Yorkers and improve the city’s transit networks.
Reading Time: 9 minutes

Urban Futures in Egypt: The Right to Transit

At a one-day seminar held in the pulsing heart of Cairo, urban disruptors, city-makers, planners, entrepreneurs, and city-enthusiasts gathered to discuss the challenges - and potential solutions - to Egypt's largest urban centers.
Reading Time: 2 minutes

Singapore: Augmented Reality to Cut Urban Noise Pollution

Using this technology, urban designers will be able to listen to the simulated sounds of the bustling city of Singapore and “see” how different noise sources act together using AR headphones in an attempt to reduce noise pollution.