WalkScore calls Chicago sixth most walkable large city

Walkable neighborhoods, good transit options and biking make Chicago stand apart
  • 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.

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.