Chances are you’re already thinking about your morning routine if you’re not already deep into it.
School drop-offs, get to work, maybe grab something from the supermarket, a coffee if you can.
Now ask yourself, could you do all those things without your car? Or could you do any of those things in under 15 minutes - either walking, on a bike or by public transport?
Tom Logan from the University of Canterbury mapped 42 of New Zealand’s main urban areas to see how accessible they are without a car - and then compared the results to 500 cities in the United States.
There has been a lot of talk about the concept of the walkable city, sometimes called the 15-minute city. Tova O'Brien asked Logan why the topic is gaining more intrigue.
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