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Ussuriisk became the worst city in Russia in terms of quality of life

Ussuriisk became the worst city in Russia in terms of quality of life

Experts have compiled a rating of Russian cities in terms of quality of life. Among the 100 largest settlements in the country, the worst one is Ussuriisk, and with it Ulan-Ude, which took 99th place. Chita was also ranked 96th.

The study was carried out by specialists from the Urbanika Institute of Spatial Planning. The best among the Far Eastern cities was the capital of Sakhalin, which took 11th place. In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, experts identified an affordable consumer basket and housing and communal services, good landscaping, low traffic load, high-quality shopping centers.

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky improved its performance compared to last year. In the ranking of 2020, he was on the 40th line, and this year - on the 33rd. Experts noted the low cost of apartments - here you can save up for your housing faster than in other cities. Vladivostok also rose - from 56th position to 46. The most significant growth in indicators was in Komsomolsk-on-Amur - from 91st to 58th position. Experts named cheap real estate in relation to salaries as the reason for this jump.

Other Far Eastern cities were also lower. Experts rated Blagoveshchensk as 64th, Khabarovsk - 71st, and Yakutsk - 87th.

In Ussuriysk, Ulan-Ude and Chita, experts noted severe air pollution, low levels of trade, housing and high crime rates. At the same time, the best indicator uniting these cities is low road congestion.


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