Boston has one of the lowest. T cities, a Toronto company specializing in vehicular fleet management.
And the public. That latter included parks, community gardens, chemistry, schoolyards, and public plazas.
Which major major cities were the most livable in terms of green space per resident.
How did Boston fare? Residents get 168 square feet of green space per person. Only New York City (166 square feet) fared worse. Atlanta the pack with 1,023 square feet of green space per resident, followed by Dallas, Portland (Oregon), Washington, and Milwaukee.
The result is a pretty good alternative. And a roughly half-mile — of a public park, for instance. (San Francisco was the first).
When, it comes to dog parks.