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This map shows every single job in the United States. What...

Where do you work in Louisville? While it's common to think the vast majority of folks work in Downtown, there are employment hubs located...

Louisville eliminated from U.S. DOT’s Smart City Challenge as seven finalists...

Louisville's bid for $50 million in funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) Smart City Challenge was cut short with the announcement of seven...

Interview: Mayor Greg Fischer on what Louisville does right

In late January, we profiled a report by Boston University and the U.S. Conference of Mayors that shows Louisville is often named by mayors of...

How to beat extreme heat: Strategies for combating the urban heat...

Four years ago, Louisville, Kentucky, awoke to an alarming urban trend. This forward-thinking southern city—recently ranked as America’s most livable by the U.S. Conference...

Worst: Louisville made a huge mistake trashing its once-robust trolley system

  Derby Day, 1948, was the last day of trolley operation in Louisville. What once was an extensive, thriving transportation system has now been relegated to...

Best: Louisville’s Olmsted parks are the gift that’s been giving back...

  May 20, 1891, is a landmark date in Louisville planning history. That was the day when Frederick Law Olmsted—the Father of Landscape Architecture himself—arrived...

The Level of Service metric shaped the American built environment, but...

“What you measure is what you get,” the saying goes. That’s certainly true for transportation policy. And for a very long time one metric has...

Majority of U.S. mayors would back bike lanes over parking or...

Road space needs to come from somewhere. And with the nation's infrastructure budgets buckling under road maintenance costs, there's growing consensus that ever-wider roads...

Chart of the Day: Other cities look to Louisville for policy...

Louisville is one inspirational place. And new data from the 2015 Menino Survey of Mayors compiled by Boston University's Initiative on Cities proves it. The...