Branding Value Now Sustainability no body walks in LA

no body walks in LA

no body walks in la

…of course not, because it’s not “walkable” like our northern neighbor, San Francisco. SF bay scored a whopping 86 out of a possible 100 according to rankings released today by, a service designed to help those seeking a less automobile-dependent life. According to the SF Gate:

San Francisco scored an 86 out of 100, besting New York’s 83 and Boston’s 79. Seventeen of San Francisco’s neighborhoods ranked 90 or above – considered a “walker’s paradise” – including Chinatown, the Mission, Nob Hill and Haight-Ashbury.

The article goes on to explain that high-density urban locals are more appealing because of the walkability angle. So, since no one walks in LA should we concentrate on more densely populating our urban-scape? Could that somehow reduce our carbon-footprints while increasing our Croc’s footprints.


Tags: , , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *