Matt Dietrichson, Jan 18, 13.
Over the last few years, metro regions throughout the country have seen a significant influx of temporary and mobile retailers and restaurateurs.
Matt Dietrichson, Jan 15, 13.
Public health officials believe city planning needs to begin addressing the living conditions of the poor.
Matt Dietrichson, Jan 11, 13.
A new study has found that millions of acres of forest will be wiped out due to the dramatic 41 percent increase in developed land predicted by year 2060.
Matt Dietrichson, Jan 04, 13.
Homicides are decreasing nationwide, but a federal study reveals that the rate has decreased about 17% in cities and increased by the same rate in suburbs.
Matt Dietrichson, Jan 03, 13.
Urban regions do suffer from worse crime rates, but research shows mass killings occur more often in suburban and rural areas.
Author; Associate professor of psychology, Columbia University, Jan 03, 13.
Walk like a fish
Opening attractive new bike lanes in the heart of the city, Chicago is becoming the envy of urban biking advocates across the country.
A significant majority of US residents what Congress to spend more money on transportation infrastructure.
Matt Dietrichson, Jan 02, 13.
With more Americans moving back into downtowns, the Ford Motor Company is acknowledging the county's shift towards transportation alternatives.
Matt Dietrichson, Dec 19, 12.
For the first time in years, small and large cities throughout the United States are outgrowing their suburban counterparts.
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