Utrecht: Planning for People & Bikes, Not for Cars


Dutch city of Utrecht, which is successively banning cars from its city centre and expanding its bicycle infrastructure instead.

What Chile’s Protests Reveal About the Country’s Transport Inequalities


The difficulties in Santiago show the importance of considering equity and access for all in urban planning - by Darío Hidalgo in The CityFix

Our cities, through our eyes


The stories of three cities, through the lenses of 60 children

The light festival that put a small Czech town on the map


How an URBACT project in Světlo Valmez (CZ) became an international event.

Teilnahmeaufruf - Grüne städtische Infrastruktur für asiatische Städte


Connective Cities regionale Dialogveranstaltung vom 19. bis 21. November in Bandung, Indonesien

Greener and friendlier cities: giving children a voice


What happens when kids help design our cities? A TED-talk with Mara Mintzer.

Citizen scientists measure air pollution in Nairobi


Air pollution in Kenya’s capital is on the rise, and there is no escape from it. In an effort to measure this, UN-Habitat’s Urban Pathways project partnered with the University of Nairobi’s Maker...

A cyclist's guide to biking the city – a cartoon


Urban cycling is good for health, the wallet and the environment – but is still not without its risks - an illustration by Dave Walker published in the Guardian.