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NZ’s most walkable towns and cities ranked: see how your neighbourhood stacks up

Summary by Ground News
Climate change, rising fuel costs and social connectedness are driving the move towards 15-minute cities. Wellington is the most accessible city, with 61% of residents living within 15 minutes walk of the amenities we studied. Auckland has only 43% of its residents within15 minutes of core amenities. Accessible grocery stores are a key part of walkable neighbourhoods.
Published 5 months ago · New Zealand

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NZ’s most walkable towns and cities ranked: see how your neighbourhood stacks up

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NZ’s most walkable towns and cities ranked: How does yours stack up?

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