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Are you annoyed by recent parking tickets or facing fines because you forgot to move your car until it was too late? Well, if...

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How one views common everyday objects can be a window into how you can experience the beauty of life—either with boredom and blandness, or...

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Over the course of the last two months, Bevan Dufty and Hillary Ronen have shown that they're not afraid to get down and dirty when their city needs a hand.

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The taxis are expected to reduce commute times, cut vehicle pollution, and eventually become cheaper than if a person were to drive their own car.

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St Louis, a city that currently gleans about 80% of its energy from coal-powered sources, has just announced its plans to became 100% dependent...

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Elon Musk’s revolutionary speed train could transport passengers along the busy East Coast corridor in less than thirty minutes.

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The newly-opened bicycle bridge in Gemert is 26 feet long and is capable of holding the weight of forty trucks.

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This Canadian has dedicated his life to cleaning up hateful and racist graffiti anywhere it pops up in his city—and now “Erasing Hate” has become a movement. Corey Fleischer first experience the...

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The potholes in Portland were getting worse and worse and the city residents kept waiting and waiting for someone to fix them. That's why these...

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Street art is a staple of a city’s blossoming urban design – and in these cases, they're beautiful examples of infrastructure coexisting with nature. These...

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This mother and her two children were disgusted by the trend of recently erected beds of spikes designed to prevent homeless people sleeping in...

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Michigan state environmental officials have just declared that the levels of lead contained in the city's water supply has just fallen to below the...

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Every year, the sky is colored with the magnificent aurora borealis – but this time, it was only enhanced by the lack of light below.

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Now instead of checking up on the varying states of their bank accounts, New Zealand pedestrians can take a look at how the residents of...

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Want to be healthier, less stressed, and leave depression behind? You may want to move to Naples, Florida or nearby Marco Island and Immokalee,...

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In the first week of Seattle's bike-share program, the 500 green bikes were rented around 4,000 times with 1,450 cyclists signing up as member, according to Pronto Cycle Share’s...

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A quarter of a century ago, Washington DC had a fearsome reputation for crack abuse and rampant gun violence - it was the "murder...
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In Milwaukee, there's an experiment underway to set at-risk boys on the right path. They're offered pay for doing neighborhood chores and they receive...

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Southwestern Ontario's hot and sticky weather is back, but a close cousin -- serious, even dangerous smog -- is noticeably missing. The London region hasn't...

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For the next four days, a Cat Café will open in New York City as a place to grab a cappuccino, pet a few...