If cities are to keep growing, as they will, they must stop growing outwards and start growing upwards. The environmental and human consequences are too great to consider otherwise. As cities grow, pe
How much does sprawl cost Americans every year? That got us thinking: What if we could quantify some of these same issues from a city-friendly angle—measuring not the cost of congestion, which sugge
Sometimes I read about art projects dealing with socially conscious themes and think “wow, this shows a real lack of self-awareness.” That’s how I felt when reading about this: Nick
We spend a good bit of time talking about suburbia and the deleterious effects of housing sprawl here, but job sprawl is another issue worth noting. The building of large job facilities in the suburbs
A bunch of stories about urban sprawl that deserve attention: 1. If you live in Louisville, Miami, or Salt Lake City, you suffer the nation’s highest urban heat island effects. 2. Even in libera
If you like cool visualizations of how sprawl in Los Angeles occurred by noting the age of every building in the city, then this is for you.