Via Harrison Jacobs, here's a recent study showing the trend in income segregation in American neighborhoods. Forty years ago, 65 percent of us lived in middle-income neighborhoods. Today, that number is only 42 percent.
Given the choice, most of us would prefer to live in a neighborhood with a mix of houses, stores, and other businesses that are within walking distance, rather than a neighborhood requiring driving between home, work, and leisure activities,...
SEATTLE, Nov. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Walk Score Releases 2014 Ranking of Most Walkable U.S. Cities and Neighborhoods. New ranking identifies over 300 Walker's Paradise neighborhoods where you can live healthier, happier and car-free in 2014.
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