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You can’t get there from here

In Boston, sometimes you need to drive a mile to go 50 feet

By Andrew Woodruff
January 24, 2010

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Among American cities, Boston is notorious for being difficult to get around, especially by car. This isn’t just civic myth - in fact, a 2004 study by city-livability expert Bert Sperling named Boston by far the “most challenging” large city to navigate in the United States, based on factors such as its street layout, congestion, and inconveniently placed bodies of ... (Full article: 183 words)

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