While living without a car is slightly impossible in some areas of the United States, it is an option for other areas that have the infrastructure for great public transportation and commutes made possible by walking, biking, or cab. Boston ranks No. 1 for the best cities to live in without a car followed by Newark, New Jersey, according to CoworkingCafe’s latest study.
Ranking third is New York City, where the analysis found that almost half of the population commutes by public transportation. Washington, D.C., which ranks fourth, offers a high density of flexible, coworking spaces, making it an easier city for a closer commute to work. Ranking No. 5 on the top 10 is San Francisco. The city—along with Eugene, Oregon—has the highest bike lane density with 4 miles of bike lanes per square mile.
Analyzing 331 cities across nine categories, CoworkingCafe ranked the top cities to live without a carRead More