Which cities would fare best in an oil crisis?

May 2006
American City & County;May2006, Vol. 121 Issue 5, p24
Trade Publication
The article lists the top large cities that are prepared for an oil crisis in the U.S. as of May 2006. Topping the list are cities with strong public transportation systems to carry commuters to work and school. Rankings also are based on factors such as mobility, access to locally grown food and the availability of wireless networks for telecommuting.


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