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Denmarks capital has reached a milestone in its journey to become a cycling city there are now more bikes than cars on the streets. Can other cities follow? Bicycle…

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Vehicles with odd-number plates were banned on Tuesday and, on Wednesday, it was the even numbers turn Paris authorities restricted traffic in the city for a second day after…

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Googles new Timelapse project allows you to see how anywhere in the world has changed in the last 32 years; from evaporating lakes to exploding cities, its a document…

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With technology whittling away at our attention spans, our sense of place is vanishing. In an extract from his new book, Nick Dunn explains how a simple night-time stroll…

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Plans for a continuous route along the Chicago River include cycling on floating pontoons like the controversial Thames Deckway in London. But with the US citys cycle numbers growing,…

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Twitter and Uber may be based in San Francisco, but Santiagos Chilecon Valley and the South Korean capital Seoul could both make claims Before long, Santiago could be a…

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Researchers worldwide have come up with many innovative ways to make sense of gentrification and perhaps even prevent its worst effects. Douglas Murphy crunches the numbers Gentrification is a…

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The once alternative city by the bay has become a playground for tech billionaires, so its artists are fleeing to an unlikely new home: la-la-land Once upon a time…

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Author Uzodinma Iweala was born in Washington DC, and says the city is in my blood, my diction and my style. But how has the city he loves, and…

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It was the gaudy Disneyland of its day which beguiled Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin, and now hosts some of Gehrys boldest creations. Stephen McLaren goes treasure hunting for…

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