The 10 most walkable U.S. cities

New York is the most walkable city in the U.S., with many of its residents able to forgo owning a car or able to leave their cars behind when accessing neighborhood amenities from grocery stores to coffee shops

Following New York, which had a Walk Score of 85.3, the other most walkable large cities, in order, are:

San Francisco, 84.9
Boston, 79.2
Chicago, 74.3
Philadelphia, 74.1
Seattle, 73.7
Washington, D.C., 73.2
Miami, 72.5
Minneapolis, 69.3
Oakland, 68.2

10 least walkable cities:

Jacksonville, Fla.
Charlotte, 34.3
Oklahoma City, 35.6
Fort Worth, 36.1
Nashville, 36.4
Indianapolis, 37.4
El Paso, 37.8
Kansas City, 38.1
Memphis, 39.4
Louisville, 39.7


The 10 most walkable U.S. cities. MarketWatch.

1 comment:

  1. I think San Diego ought to be on the list.


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