In the first of our features on Atlanta, Georgia's transformation, we look at the developments since the 1990s that have accelerated the city's development from a transport and logistics hub to a progressive destination, where business, government and academia collide to create a prosperous future.
Using nifty perspective techniques, a mother and daughter artistic duo are helping the city of Ahmedabad force drivers to slow down, by making zebra crossings appear like 3D road blocks when seen from a certain distance.
As a new report discovers that ridesharing services complement - and don't compete with - public transport use, we look into the potential of integrating both networks as a solution to the dreaded Last Mile issue, plaguing commuters across the world.
By transferring excess heat created by cooling equipment, like fridges and air conditioners, 20 SuperBrugsen supermarkets in Als, Denmark, are providing warmth for other buildings while cutting back on their CO2 emissions.
Inspired by the ubiquity of the Walkscore in digital real estate listings, a former Caltech mathematician has developed the most comprehensive way to measure and score urban environmental sound. And the Soundscore is a facet of liveability often forgotten.
In his third such decision in six months, Tanzanian president John Magufuli has canceled annual Union Day celebrations in the name of austerity and has instead channeled the budget towards the expansion of an important airport road in Mwanza, the country's second biggest city.