CityLab is an editorial website based in D.C. that focuses its coverage on the central aspects of urban living. These aspects include design, transportation, environment, equity, and life. In addition to articles, the website hosts a variety of interactive digital maps to accompany story content. These maps visualize a wide array of data, including “Where America’s Renters Want to Move Next,” “Mapping Where Traffic Pollution Hurts Children Most,” and “The Suburbanization of American Arrests.” Each map is accompanied by an article that explains its context and relevance to urban life.
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