Boris Johnson

Advertising Is Shared Biking Strictly for the Affluent?

As seen in London, ambitious cycling plans have many laudable aims but their delivery must be kept under proper scrutiny

Editors Pick London Mayor: Technology Stops Young Men from Creating Crime

Boris Johnson suggests drop in criminal activity driven by selfies and Facebook

Design Unused London Metro Lines May Be Converted into Subterranean Bike Paths

Rising populations call for the transformation of the capital's disused parts of the Tube

Luxury London Reveals Plans For Floating Village

Mayor Boris Johnson aims to turn 15 acres of water into a vibrant area with hotels, bars, restaurants, and new homes.

Syndicated Largest Bike-Share Program In US Launches In New York, Puts 10,000 Bikes On The Street

Bloomberg announces 'Citibike' for NYC, but critics are already attacking the program for being 'too expensive.'

Innovation London's Cultural Strategy: Invest in Creativity

The mayor of London recently published "Cultural Metropolis," a vision championing the need to invest in the ideas, innovations, and culture found in the city.

Design London's Double-Decker Bus Mock-Up For The 21st Century Revealed

The successor to the classic Routemaster bus is one step closer to hitting the streets in time for the 2012 London Olympics.

Work Monocolumn: Will Londoners Line Up To Ride A ‘Boris’?

In a recent ranking of how cycle-friendly Britain’s 20 biggest cities are, London came a dismal 17th. But the capital’s mayor, Boris Johnson, has vowed, in his usual quirky English, to “cyclise the city” during his term in office