PRESS RELEASE UPDATED: FEB 3, 2017 07:16 EST
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Walk Score, an organization that evaluates the walkability of communities throughout the U.S., Canada and Australia, has announced its 2014 Transit Score rankings of U.S. cities with such good public transit systems that owning a car is truly optional.
(The number in parenthesis is the city’s Transit Score on a 0 to 100 scale with 100 being the best possible score.)
1. New York (81)
2. San Francisco (80)
3. Boston (75)