The recent decision by Alphabet to scrap its ambitious waterfront regeneration project in Toronto is a landmark in the short history of smart cities.
"Good design can discourage cycle use, make roads safer and restore pavements to pedestrians and parked vehicles..."
The global pandemic raises some important questions about the links between public health and planning.
Inside the slums and gated communities the opportunities and obstacles to sustainable and inclusive urban development can be seen.
A major study of health, education and sustainability in rapidly growing cities poses some difficult questions for public policy makers.
Pakistan is suffering from chronic underinvestment in urban planning.
How can cities in the rapidly urbanising world benefit from Smart City approaches to urban management?
Guest blogger Klaus Kunzmann explores a mueum devoted to the history of urban planning in a Chinese city.
The first issue of a new journal gives insights to new ways of thinking about cities.