U.S.-Canada towns marooned by border closure brace for winter trapped in isolation
Marooned by geography, residents struggle to stay afloat amid continued isolation along the Canadian-American border
Commuters trickle back to 'ghost-town' London, data suggests
Britons are returning to work and starting to commute again but the use of public transport are still far lower than before lockdown
Coronavirus speeds up push for congestion charge in cities
The coronavirus pandemic could see more cities implement congestion charges
Explainer: Can the Beirut explosion offer lessons for the Middle East?
What could the explosion mean for the city and others in the region?
City of London seeks confidence in transport to refill offices
More confidence is needed in London transport's safety measures to protect workers as they return to offices after lockdown
Amsterdam bans AirBnB rentals in old centre from July 1
Authorities act amid growing concerns that excessive tourist numbers are destroying communities in many hotspot destinations
Europeans want (others) to cycle more to keep air clean
Coronavirus lockdowns improved air quality; urban dwellers want to keep the skies clear when the virus goes
Turkey resumes intercity train services as coronavirus curbs ease
As the spread of COVID-19 slows in Turkey intercity trains begin operating after a two-months gap
Fourteen million Britons ready to get on their bikes
British Cycling hopes the move will lead to healthier streets and cleaner air
Blue-collar employees are returning to work. But is their commute safe?
As coronavirus restrictions lift in cities around the world, those for whom teleworking is not an option are being asked to rejoin the economy. But are adequate measures in place to ensure they travel safe?