Pittsburgh: The Livable City

A new report from The Economist (magazine) Intelligence Unit evaluated the "livability" of 127 cities around the world. Vancouver came out number one. Pittsburgh and Cleveland ranked highest among U.S. cities.

I haven't seen the criteria.

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