6. Chicago
Walk Score: 74.3
Transit Score: 65

The neighborhoods near Lake Michigan are packed with enough amenities to make them easily car free, but it's the Chicago Transit Authority's bus and subway system that keeps cars parked away for months. About 4% of residents in the extreme West and South of the city still need a car to get anywhere, but folks in Wrigleyville, Lincoln Park, Bucktown, Wicker Park, Old Town, North Center and just about anywhere along the city's expansive rail lines don't need the hassle.

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