America has a shortage of 7.2 million affordable homes, and 8.1 million Americans spend more than half of their income on housing, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition.
Park improvements and gentrification are said to go hand in hand, but a new report sheds light on how this trend can stop.
According to a Kinder Institute report released last year, the pace of neighborhood change in Houston has accelerated since the year 2000.
Ruth Lopez Turley's data showed that full-day pre-K had a more positive impact on school readiness, part of the work at the Houston Education Research Consortium.
From city infrastructure to car safety to proper lighting to health, cities can do better to be more inclusive toward women's urban needs.
How are Texas school districts using state pre-K funding to expand educational options for 3- and 4-year-olds? It depends where you look.
In a city notorious for rain, heat and humidity (and often all three at once), shade is a highly-coveted, heat-reprieving resource for all Houstonians. And yet, the presence of shade at times feels unequal depending on where you are in the city.
Cities are growing and as climate change continues, the urban landscape will continue to feel the effects of what's being described as a "crisis."
From Central Park West to San Diego’s hip North Park neighborhood, cities are removing parking spaces, replacing them with bike lanes, and getting pushback from residents and business owners.
A Q&A with Jim Blackburn, the co-director and primary spokesperson for Rice's SSPEED Center, reveals the importance of various flood protection systems.
A new working paper on the 'freeway revolts' of yesteryear sheds light on what's at stake locally in the latest highway project.
This hot city summer reading guide is for all you hot boy and girl urbanists out there.
The committee committed an additional $51.5 million to go toward community planning and mitigation.
As of March 2019, only a handful of the largest metropolitan areas had housing markets that would be considered "healthy."
In the Ship Channel's shadow, the small community was selected to be part of a Gulf Coast collaboration fighting health inequities.