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Bike Score has actually had rankings for the top 10 large cities (over 500,000 population) for a while. What they announced for the first time yesterday is a set of Bike Score rankings for the top 100 "cities" in the U.S. This includes smaller "cities" and other city-like jurisdictions. Local jurisdictions included in the top 100 list are Arlington at 17th, DC at 26th and Greenbelt at 60th.
Chris Eatough, BikeArlington Program Manager |
May 14, 2013 at 08:04 AM
I'm not sure being in the middle of this group is a good thing! I've been to all of these places (except Paradise NV) I think, and they're pretty car centric.
St. Louis MO 54.6 319,294
Plano TX 54.2 259,841
Los Angeles CA 54.0 3,792,621
Paradise NV 53.1 223,167
Greenbelt MD 53.1 23,068
Buffalo NY 52.5 261,310
Orlando FL 52.1 238,300
Phoenix AZ 51.9 1,445,632
May 14, 2013 at 02:58 PM
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