From kids’ teams to pro franchises, sports fans and athletes have higher expectations for stadium design, according to an architect.
Industry Dive, the leader in business journalism, has released its latest innovation: self service event promotion, a digital solution for companies looking to promote their upcoming B2B events.
Tysons, Virginia’s first 100% affordable housing project, funded in part by Amazon, broke ground in December, and excavation work is now underway. The Exchange at Springhill Station, a 516-unit ...
The region’s transit agency stopped subway extension work that relied on the plan’s revenue. Meanwhile, a final federal approval of the congestion pricing came through.
New York City continues to be the most congested city in the world, according to a report Monday from transportation data and analytics firm Inrix. In 2023, it saw a 13% increase in downtown trips ...
Artificial intelligence presents new opportunities for how cities can use data, said Rochelle Haynes, managing director of the What Works Cities Certification program.
Chicago joins a growing list of U.S. cities studying reparations programs, although few have come to fruition thus far. Meanwhile, some conservative groups and lawmakers are pushing back on such ...
It will have an education and outreach hub that will offer community tours and workshops. “Our goal is to deliver a recycling campus that is without peer anywhere in the country,” said Balcones ...
Overland Park, Kansas, is the most sought-after place to live for renters, overtaking Minneapolis, which had been at the top of the list through the start of 2024. Rentals in Atlanta, Cleveland and ...
They will train workers for jobs in conservation, renewable energy, urban agriculture, green infrastructure, emergency preparedness and more, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo said.
Since the deadly heat wave in the Pacific Northwest in 2021, power outages due to extreme temperatures have become commonplace. With two-thirds of North America now at risk of energy shortfalls during ...
Flooding costs the U.S. up to $496 billion a year, says a new analysis by Democrats on the U.S. Joint Economic Committee.