Washington D.C. Uses Walk Score as Urban Planning Metric

Washington D.C. is emerging as a leader in the car-lite lifestyle.   12% of residents walk to work and 1 million people ride the train daily.

Harriet Tregoning is the Director of the Office of Planning for Washington D.C.  Last month at the New Partners for Smart Growth Conference she gave the following presentation on how D.C. is using Walk Score as an urban planning metric.