Via [tag]SustainLane[/tag]: Ten U.S. Cities Best Prepared for an [tag]Oil Crisis[/tag] – – a.k.a., “Where you want to be when the economy collapses. Ranked on dimensions such as average commute times/distances, public transportation ridership, and (gasp!) wireless connectivity, the folks at SustainLane ranked the 50 largest U.S. cities according to how well they would survive a $100 tank of gas. I guess I was a little surprised to see [tag]Baltimore[/tag] rank in at number 9; I know a few folks that got by on the public transportation there but I always thought it was abysmal. (Dude, those rail lines go in one direction with no branches; and they’re parallel.) Interesting points raised, as well.
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