Posts Filed Under: Public Works
Mexico City is developing the vacant land under its elevated highways. Could Toronto follow its lead?
Fresh fish, fruits, and vegetables grown right in the city, thanks to Switzerland's UrbanFarmers.
In San Francisco, electric scooters are the latest vehicles to get the rideshare treatment.
As an alternative to urban sprawl, urban planners are exploring the potential of subterranean development.
Abu Dhabi is creating an eco-friendly city from scratch. Can we learn from its example?
A Seattle group is rejuvenating its neighbourhood one laneway at a time.
An eco-friendly San Francisco spa wants to promote societal wellness through “healthy hedonism."
New energy-conserving Italian streetlights observe and react to their surroundings.
Vertical gardens aren't necessarily just for decoration.
A new school in Vietnam brings agriculture into the curriculum.
Juice up your Apple in the Big Apple.
How about putting bikes above traffic, rather than in the middle of it?
Stop hoarding those tokens. Mobile transit ticketing is coming.
A new Japanese underground bike parking system is safe, dry, and automated.
New York City is spending $20 billion to mitigate the future effects of climate change related weather disasters. What's Toronto doing?
A new data standard promises to bring much-needed transparency to your apartment hunt.
If you don't clean up after your dog in Brunete, Spain, you might not want to answer the door for the UPS guy.
Are Toronto's insects adequately housed, or should we take a lesson from the French?