To make way for pedal-powered mobility, the Dutch capital embarked on a decades-long campaign to design streets around the needs of cyclists, not drivers.
In maps and essays, a new book from Bloomberg CityLab charts the less visible changes of a global pandemic.
A photographer in Rochester, N.Y., tries to capture an obsolete technology before it disappears.
The pandemic-driven rise of remote work in 2020 emptied commuter trains in major cities and all but killed off the long-haul trip to the office. Is that a good thing?
As students in the French capital return to school, the city drops bus and train fares for young riders — a possible step toward an all-free network.