Expert: Philly fits bill of clean energy city

December 9, 2015

Professor of urban planning and policy development at Rutgers University Clinton Andrews told the Times when he’s looking at an ideal city, he usually finds mid-sized urban areas, surrounded by farms where people can walk to work.

That example personified on a larger scale is Philly, he told the newspaper:

A larger city that fits the bill for him is Philadelphia, with its pedestrian-friendly downtown, well-functioning mass transit and nearby farms., December 8

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