Map: The D.C. Neighborhoods Where It Is Easiest To Get By Without A Car – DCist

November 01, 2017
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On October 31, 2017, Senior Fellow Randy Smith’s piece “Where it’s easiest to live car-free in D.C” was cited in a recent DCist post:

D.C. has a sterling reputation for living a car-free life, frequently notching high spots on lists that rank walkabilitybikeabilitypublic transitcar-sharing, and, well, living without a car.

But not all parts of the city are created equal for the purposes of ditching one’s personal vehicle.

Read more: Map: The D.C. Neighborhoods Where It Is Easiest To Get By Without A Car

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