Miami Beach: Miami Ranks 8th as ‘Walkable’ City

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By Toluse Olorunnipa
Despite its abundance of cars and traffic, Miami is the nation’s eighth most walkable city, according to a new report from Seattle-based Walk Score. The survey of the nation’s largest 50 cities looked at how easily residents could access goods and services within short distances, using a scale of 100 to rank walkability.
Miami’s rating of 72.5 places it eighth on a list dominated with established walker-friendly cities like New York, Chicago and San Francisco, and may signal an important shift for the city’s housing market.

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