AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Austin’s elevators aren’t the only thing you need to check before going up the stairs.
Austin has the highest elevation of any city in the U.S. in the 2017 study.
The city’s elevation is about one-third of the national average, according to the U, the UTA, and the Austin-American Statesman.
It is nearly six times higher than the national rate of 1,200 feet per year, the study said.
Austin’s elevation also is more than 10 times higher in terms of square miles, more than twice the national standard, it said.
The study analyzed data from the U and the U-Tas.
The Austin Elevator Company, which operates the city’s elevations, doesn’t release elevation data to the public, but it said it analyzes the data and compares it with previous years to determine how high the city should be.
The report said Austin’s elevated elevations “provide an excellent opportunity for citizens to determine their own elevation and, if they so choose, make adjustments to their daily routine to meet their own personal elevation goals.”
The city has a population of about 6,400 and has a median household income of about $52,000, the report said.
It also has the third-highest unemployment rate in the nation at 6.5 percent, the highest in the country.
The survey’s authors said elevators can have a big impact on a city’s health.
Elevators can help the city breathe easier and be more active, and elevators also can lower CO2 emissions and help reduce flooding, the researchers said.
They said elevating elevators could also help improve the quality of life by reducing congestion and pollution.
In the study, the authors compared elevators in Austin with those in New York City, Denver, Philadelphia, Boston, Portland, Minneapolis, Washington, D.C., and Honolulu.
The authors also looked at the city and found that the elevation in New Orleans was more than five times higher.
The report noted that elevators are used in other cities, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denver, but did not compare elevators with those used in Austin.