Current market-based solutions only tinker around the edges.
Chicago’s parking meter deal doesn’t just sell off city assets—it uconstitutionally sells off the city’s very power to police itself.
The citizens of one of our largest cities are being shut out of the decisions that will affect their future.
If cab drivers in Chicago win their lawsuit to become employees of the city, their jobs will become a lot less terrible.
New York’s new bike-share program could represent a comeback for bicycles, the impending disappearance of which was prematurely declared in The Nation eighty years ago.
Progressive activists can learn important lessons from a successful grassroots campaign against transit racism.
As last year’s occupations showed, cities need more places the public can call its own.
Are we self-segregating as we get more diverse?