November was a busy month, ending with the holidays in the US. Movember’s MOVE challenge tried to mobilize people to fight physical inactivity. Same as with the Surgeon General’s call to action with the ’Step it up!’ campaign in September, this didn’t produce an activity wave of change, with again only 3 U.S. cities in the Top 10.
Despite colder weather in Central Europe, Berlin made it again to the top, with 70 minutes of average activity per user. Barcelona follows Berlin closely, with 68 minutes on 2nd place, trailed by Hong Kong with 66 minutes and New York City with 64 minutes.On same level as New York with 64 minutes is Ann Arbor, our second U.S. city in the Top 10 this month. London dropped one place to #6 with 63 minutes, same as Las Vegas, the third U.S. city. The last spots of the Top 10 are occupied by Milan (62 minutes), Paris and Sydney, both respectively with 60 minutes of average activity.
Please also take a look at the list of 150 most active cities on Human Cities below - can you find your city?
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