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If you live in Raleigh, you might be used to a lot of hours behind the wheel of a car. That’s for good reason: compared to much of the country, the city isn’t very walkable.
In fact, Raleigh is the 46th most walkable city in the country, lagging far behind famously driving-centric cities like Los Angeles (#13) and Atlanta (#21). That’s according to Walk Score, the company that calculates walkability, bikeability and transit accessibility across the U.S.
Redfin classifies the city as “car-dependent,” meaning that in the majority of Raleigh neighborhoods, most errands still require a car. But if you’re looking to lose the wheels, what are the area’s most walkable neighborhoods? Think you know? Read on to see if you’re right.
Raleigh’s Top 5 Most Walkable Neighborhoods:
-Stonehenge East (35.74)
-North Hills (29.81)
-King Charles (29.78)
Read more via abc11.com.
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