PITTSBURGH - The city of Pittsburgh has once again been named the most livable city in the Continental United States.
This time, the designation comes from the magazine “The Economist.”
The magazine ranked cities across the world in a number of categories. The only American city to top Pittsburgh was Honolulu.
Worldwide, the Steel City ranks 30 out of 140.
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