3. Minneapolis
Walk Score: 69.3
Transit Score: N/A
Bike Score: 79
Average: 74.15

The city's far more dense and walkable than its twin St. Paul and gives residents near the Target ( TGT) Center, Loring Park and Metropolitan State University a lot of reasons to keep the car at home. The city's grid layout of short blocks, multiple parks and lakes, long stretches of riverfront and ample public transportation helps, but so does a tremendous commitment to biking infrastructure by a town that spends half the year fending off cold and snow. Once the sun's out, Minneapolis becomes a cyclist's dream.

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