Warwick

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Warwick
Warwich
City
CountryFederal States
 • StatePenquisset
Warwick city skyline, nighttime aerial view
Warwick city skyline, nighttime aerial view
Ethnic Groups
(2015)
Archantans (71%), Eastern Ulethans (14%), Kartumians (11%), Other (4%)
NationalitiesArchantans (96%), Other (4%)
DemonymWarwick
Government
 • MayorGillian Crown
 • Vice MayorEgan Tistot
Area
 • Total348.2 km2
Elevation10 m (33 ft)
Population
 • Estimate (2019)2 998 000
 • Census (2015)2 939 000
 • Density8 581/km2
Metro5 lines, 101 stations
Websitewarwick.gov

The City of Warwick is the largest city in the Federal States state of Penquisset. The entire metropolitan area four individual towns and cities (Warwick, North Warwick, South Warwick, and Greenpalm) that comprise Warwick County and have united public works and administration systems. For the purpose of this article, all four towns in Warwick County will be considered as the single entity of Warwick.

Urban Structure

Warwick County is divided (for the sake of elections and administration purposes) into four towns (Warwick, North Warwick, South Warwick and Greenpalm), which are then further divided into neighborhoods for the sake of daily functional purposes such as waste removal and mail delivery. The following table illustrates this tiered division system of city, town, and neighborhood.

County Town Neighborhood Population Zipcode Map Notes
Warwick Warwick Ambility
Ashland
Avon
Ayerbury
Beachmont
Bell
Berlem
Berlem Square
Bentussan
Blue Hills Square
Bow
Cedar Bluffs
Commoniatown
Dlass
Farragon
Flynwick
Friendship Heights
Gloucebury
Greenway
Hardshirt Square
Holliston
Inwood
Leverett Beach
Middle Village
Nantasket
Phelsher Meadows
Pleasureland
Port of Warwick
Rochester Heights
Sikmandere
Silver Spring
Tabsam
Tealwick
Terchester
Tobleskill
Uphams Corner
Warwick Point
Wearside
West Reach
Winchester
Woburn
Yorknew
Yorknew Village
South Warwick Astal
Dinelak
Egyma Beach
Glenmont
Nauset
Norfolk
Pawtewkam
Ritamonett
South Warwick
Wheaton Heights
North Warwick Brookline Village
East Renham
Erosham
Neried
North Warwick
Norwood
Plympton
Renham
Twinbrook
Waban Corner
Greenpalm Backenstam
Capstone
Greenpalm

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Environment

Environmental impact reduction

Throughout the 21st century, Warwick has focused on reducing its environmental impact and carbon footprint. Mass transit use in Warwick is one of the highest in the Federal States, thus the city reached a major milestone in 2007 when it switched power for the rapid transit system to being entirely renewable generated energy. Also, by 2016, the city had 14,030 hybrid taxis and other clean diesel vehicles, representing around 94% of Warwick’s taxi fleet in service, one of the highest ratios of any city in the Federal States.

Warwick's high rate of public transit use, over 130,000 daily cyclists as of 2014, and many pedestrian commuters make it the one of the most energy-efficient major cities in the Federal States. Walk and bicycle modes of travel account for 27% of all modes for trips in the city.

In 2014 Warwick also implemented a comprehensive congestive tolling network. Essentially, public transit costs were drastically reduced, and a toll was implemented to travel via automobile onto the island of Warwick. At rush hour, these fees are greater, and depending on how close to downtown the vehicle travels, the fee is also increased. Finally, an expansive cycling path and bicycle lane network has created incentives for alternative transportation rather than automobiles. Warwick has seen a traffic hours wasted reduction of almost 55% due to these and other policies, cutting back greenhouse emissions significantly.

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