Santo Domingo ranks last among 135 cities evaluated for transport and urban mobility
Santo Domingo.– Santo Domingo ranks last among 135 cities evaluated for transport and urban mobility, according to the annual Cities in Motion Index (ICIM), a study published by the IESE Business School in Spain.
The annual Cities in Motion Index (ICIM) ranks the world’s best (“smartest”) cities, those that have the highest levels of innovation, sustainability, and quality of life. Researchers studied 135 cities across 55 countries, and based their results on over 50 indicators along 10 different dimensions.
This year, Tokyo came in first with its impressive public management, technology, economy, and the ability to attract talent from all over the world. Santo Domingo ranked last, mostly due to low ratings in transportation, technology, human capital, and economy.
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