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Travel august 4, 2016

NYC Subway Gets A Modern Design Update

The city announced changes to trains and stations, including open-passageway cars with Wi-Fi and USB connectivity

Technology july 20, 2016

What It Takes To Build NYC’s First Underground Park

Reviving the Lower East Side with an urban park that exists underground

Design & Architecture may 11, 2016

Sidewalk Lights Warn Distracted Walkers Of Traffic

A city in Germany uses specially designed in-sidewalk lights to keep smartphone users safe

Sustainability january 26, 2016

Skywalks Linking Stockholm Roofs Would Accommodate Newcomers

A proposal could be a way for this city to deal with unsustainable population growth

Sustainability december 21, 2015

Could New York’s Broadway Become a Linear Park?

The proposed park takes the idea of greening obsolete infrastructure to a new extreme

Arts & Culture october 14, 2014

Explore Largest Steam System in the World in NYTimes’ Latest ‘Living Series’ Clip

The Grey Lady's ongoing series explores New York's underground infrastructure that offers a cleaner source of energy

Arts & Culture september 24, 2014

NYC Infrastructure Video Series on

'Living City' web documentary explores various engineering structures that citizens rely on everyday

Mobile december 6, 2013

Private, Temporary Lawns Bring Suburbia To The City [Pics]

This fanciful lawn space creates a respite in the middle of the big city.

Travel october 31, 2013

Cross-Continent Train Tunnel Connects Asia To Europe

In the future, it might be possible to travel from London to Beijing by train.

Travel august 30, 2013

Transport App Shoots Traffic Complaints To Government Officials

A new way to identify infrastructure problems and drive national change.

Technology may 15, 2013

Light Art Maps How People Navigate Their Cities [Video]

Schema Design used different methods of data visualization to develop a better understanding of public transit in San Francisco, Zurich, and Geneva.

Luxury april 25, 2013

10 Stories You Need To Know Today

The end of the cupcakes food trend, 3D printed livers and infrastructure at risk of hacks...links to start your day with.

Technology january 4, 2013

Military Uses Model-Train Town To Prepare For Cyber Attacks

The 48 square-foot CyberCity trains government hackers to handle e-terrorist assaults on U.S. infrastructure.

Design & Architecture october 3, 2012

Living Ecosystem Turns Seawater Into Fresh Drinking Water [Pics]

A futuristic-looking contraption to be part of a Smart Water Network infrastructure.


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