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Where to Live Now that Gas Prices are Crazy

by Joshua Liberles on July 3, 2008

TopTEN Where to Live Now that Gas Prices are Crazy
Common Current has recently released a report[pdf link] rating America’s 50 largest cities based on their livability with expensive gas prices. Quality of mass transit, density of housing (or amount of sprawl), amount of petroleum consumed for home heating, and number of teleworkers all factor into the equation.

As gas prices increase, the importance of carectomies rise as well. Transportation represents the key criterion, but oil heating has moved cities like Boston and New York down slightly in their rankings. Here’s the list of the top ten and the worst ten cities from the study:

Best Cities to Live In:
1. San Francisco
2. New York
3. Chicago
4. Washington, DC
5. Seattle
6. Portland, OR
7. Boston
8. Philadelphia
9. Oakland, CA
10. Denver

Worst Cities to Live In:
41. Virginia Beach, VA
42. Forth Worth, TX
43. Nashville, TN
44. Arlington, TX
45. Jacksonville, FL
46. Indianapolis, IN
47. Memphis, TN
48. Louisville, KY
49. Tulsa, OK
50. Oklahoma City, OK

Via Treehugger.
Photo via flickr by skew-t.

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1 Geoff March 23, 2008 at 5:28 am

Hey we are organising a completely car free gig. We are even carrying all the bands’ equipment to the event by bike and running on 100% accredddited greenpower.

VeloRock 2008 – The bicycle powered indie gig
Date: March 29; 2pm – 7pm
Venue: Brunswick Velodrome, Harrison Street, on the Merri Creek.

Come and see The LuckSmiths, Mid-state Orange, The Crayon Fields and other Melbourne indie bands at the Brunswick Velodrome. VeloRock is special because all the bands and their equipment will be transported to the venue by bicycle and the event will be run on 100% greenpower. VeloRock is a demonstration of the unrealised utility of the bicycle, human power and sustainable energy. And amazingly, this event is FREE, ALL AGES and ALL BICYCLE !

Website: http://www.velorock.net/


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