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Walkability

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Walkability, from most recent to least.

Cities Need Walkability and Transit To Keep Millenials, Study Says

Cities Need Walkability and Transit To Keep Millenials, Study Says

Lark Turner | April 24th 2014 | 2 Comments

Cities will need to adapt their transit to attract and keep those ages 18-34, a new study says. ... read »

DC Ranks as 4th Best City to Travel Car-Free

DC Ranks as 4th Best City to Travel Car-Free

UrbanTurf Staff | April 18th 2013 | 4 Comments

Walk Score ranked DC as one of the top five places in the U.S. where visitors can get around without a car. ... read »

Could Van Ness Be a Walkable Neighborhood?

Could Van Ness Be a Walkable Neighborhood?

Shilpi Paul | October 12th 2012

Currently, the walk up Connecticut Avenue through Van Ness feels concrete-heavy and anonymous. On Saturday morning, the Coalition for Smarter Growth... read »

Report Reveals DC’s 43 Walkable Urban Places

Report Reveals DC’s 43 Walkable Urban Places

Shilpi Paul | September 11th 2012 | 3 Comments

On Tuesday, the Urban Land Institute hosted a conference in honor of a newly released report that lays out the 43 "walkable, urban places" in the DC... read »

A $500 Premium? The Value of Walkability

A $500 Premium? The Value of Walkability

Shilpi Paul | May 29th 2012 | 2 Comments

Expanding on the finding that more walkable neighborhoods have higher home prices, a new study released by the Brookings Institution takes a look at... read »

Gotta Have: Walk Score’s Newest Feature Is Customized To You

Gotta Have: Walk Score’s Newest Feature Is Customized To You

Shilpi Paul | March 20th 2012

Are you a freelancer who frequents coffee shops but never drives? Parent of a small child? Barfly? Walk Score recently introduced a feature that can... read »

Surprise! Walkability Adds to a Home’s Value

Surprise! Walkability Adds to a Home’s Value

Michele Lerner | January 25th 2010 | 3 Comments

City dwellers have long appreciated the value of living somewhere within walking distance of their favorite restaurant, bar, bookstore or coffee... read »

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