The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is turning its attention to the nearby West Riverfront Park, and has announced a design competition to transform the 22-acre site which was closed to the public until 2014.
A bipartisan bill introduced last month in the U.S. House of Representatives would create a permanent funding stream for urban parks. The goal of this grant program is to create parks in areas lacking in green space and recreation activities across the country, not just America’s biggest cities.
The former streetcar tunnels under Dupont Circle are the busiest they have been in decades.
On a Sunday morning about a year ago, Robert Lansburgh rode his bike across the MacArthur Causeway. The longtime cyclist was stunned by the view along the way — but also a bit shaken by the cars rushing past him.
Soccer fields, picnic areas and hiking paths could be coming to communities along the 51-mile Los Angeles River, thanks in part to $100 million in bond money earmarked for river projects in the recently approved state budget.
One of the most successful infrastructure reuse projects in history, the High Line is a compelling shrine to the postindustrial life of a great city.
An upcoming art installation at San Francisco’s Crissy Field will feature a meet and greet with strangers thousands of miles away.
As the threat of climate change and sea level rise becomes pressing, projects looking to save our country’s ecosystems have never been more important.
Camden Town Unlimited has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help convert a portion of an old railway line connecting Camden Town and King’s Cross into a vibrant green space.