Walkability equals desireability

When we think about city life, we often think about crowds and lack of green space and crime and pollution. Pollution and traffic congestion are two of the most commonly cited problems with urban living.

However, walkability is a crucial factor when assessing city life. Cities with high walkability scores are often seen as desirable places to live due to the ease of access to amenities, such as restaurants, bars, and shops. Being able to walk from one location to another, rather than drive, is a huge benefit. 

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