Take a fast-paced tour of Kuala Lumpur with this beautiful and dynamic time-lapse.
Several Dutch towns are considering a proposal to install heated bike lanes that would prevent ice from forming on roads during the winter. The lanes would provisionally cost 20,000-40,000 Euros per kilometer, but the expense may be worth it: the Netherlands has an estimated eighteen million bikes for a population of less than seventeen million.
BMW Guggenheim Lab Advisory Committee Member Enrique Peñalosa recently spoke at the ULI Fall Meeting about the need to create new, pedestrian-friendly cities in the coming years. Read more about his recommendations for these cities of the future.
A multicolored urban park designed by BIG architects, landscape architecture studio Topotek1, and artist collective Superflex reflects the diverse community it serves.
Walking to work is undeniably good for you. Soon, that exercise could also allow you to provide your city with sustainable power. Pavegen Systems’ Paving Slabs, currently installed in the Westham Tube Station in London, convert the kinetic energy of footsteps to electricity.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Grand Central Station, architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has designed a circular pedestrian observation deck that would float above the historic building supported by adjacent skyscrapers.
A new fleet of electric taxis has debuted in Amsterdam. “Hopper scooters” are meant for the oldest parts of Amsterdam’s city center, where other forms of public transportation do not reach.
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