Well, Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, actually.
An analyst at The Brookings Institution has ranked the 30 largest metropolitan areas – “in terms of the number of walkable urban places they had clustered about them, then divided the number of places by the total population to find the cities with the most walking opportunities per capita.”
Here are the top 10 cities with the most walkable places per capita, along with the number of most walkable areas:
* Washington-Arlington-Alexandria: 20 walkable places
* Boston-Cambridge-Quincy: 11
* San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose: 14
* Denver: 5
* Portland-Vancouver-Beaverton: 4
* Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue: 6
* Chicago-Naperville-Joliet: 14
* Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Palm Beach: 4
* Pittsburgh: 3
* New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island-Stanford, Conn.: 21
Washington DC? w/e!
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