While I’m trying to figure out how to download the Walkscore widget , go to this site and find out how walkable your neighborhood is. We scored 97 out of a hundred! Just type in your address. Or the address of a place you’re thinking of moving to or the house you’ve rented for a week. It works for any address in the US or Canada. No only do you get your score, a mashup of various business directories and Google Maps.
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