Top 10 US cities best prepared for an oil crisis

2006-04-12 10:08 - Links

"SustainLane announced this week the ten U.S. cities best suited to withstand the shock of an oil crisis. According to the list, New York City would be the best place to live and work under these circumstances." A little comforting for me, since I live here. And yes, NYC has quite a public transit system. But how did they reach these decisions? Even NYC's massive system would strain heavily if people stopped driving and taking taxis. Plus, where do you think the electricity to run the trains and gas to run the buses comes from? Fossil fuels!


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