Chicago is the 6th most walkable large city in the U.S. According to Walk Score, the city’s 2,695,598 residents benefit from good public transportation, and it is cyclist-friendly. Chicago is noted for a walkable downtown and many walkable neighborhoods, connected by substantial city transportation from the ‘L’ and Metra Rail systems.
- Walk Score calls Chicago the sixth most walkable large city in America.
- Chicago has an overall Walk Score of 75.
- Chicagoland has a Transit Score of 65, and a Bike Score of 70.