As New York changes, so too must its public infrastructure
For planners, engineers, and researchers focused on cities and sustainability, green infrastructure is a buzzword often championed, but equally difficult to define.
The L-Line won’t shut down until 2019, and yes, it’s really necessary.
The majority of the world’s population now lives in urban areas. How do they get their food?
A natural disaster can simultaneously act as a catalyst and as a hindrance to the long-term transformation of urban areas.
As the demand on cities to adapt to a rapidly changing future has intensified, so have the planning methods cities are adopting to respond.