Searching for Measures of Density: Walking

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http://www.walkscore.com/tile/show-walkscore-tile.php

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  1. Finding a reliable indexing product is proving difficult for there are so many. They range from the FBI Crime Index to Resilience and Sustainability, Walking vs Driving, School Scores, Shopping Indexes…. and so on…

    What are the good ones? I know it’s a couple years later but thanks, guys!

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