Minneapolis=Clean Says Forbes!
Forbes magazine has listed Minneapolis as one of the five cleanest cities in the world, reports WCCO News.
Minneapolis came in fifth, behind Calgary, Honolulu, Helsinki and Ottawa, according to WCCO.
The magazine attributes the city's cleanliness to "heavy use of bike lanes" and "a well functioning light rail and bus system."
"In the next five years, city operations will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 12 percent," reports WCCO.
The city also plans to retain its position by expanding its light rail system to include a corridor between Minneapolis and St. Paul, according to WCCO.