More than half of all people live in cities. This issue explores how technology is shaping what cities are, and what they will become.
Smart cities haven’t brought the tangible improvements that many hoped they would. What comes next?
Reducing emissions in a few of the world’s most populous cities could have an outsized impact on climate change.
Police departments want to know as much as they legally can. But does ever-greater surveillance technology serve the public interest?
Remix is helping transit agencies figure out what comes next for the post-pandemic commute.
America’s aging sewers need $1 trillion in repairs, but officials in South Bend, Indiana, have a plan to make them smarter.
Five regions with as many as 100 million people each aim to deliver the benefits of urbanization without the headaches.
From Mumbai, to Silicon Valley, to Long Beach, California, this drone photography project illuminates scars in the urban fabric.
Digital tools can help us understand ancient cities and the people who lived in them.