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February 4, 2014

New York named 'best public transportation city'

NEW YORK — New York City, San Francisco and Boston topped Walk Score’s rankings as the cities with the best public transportation, according to Business Insider.

Walk Score took data from 316 U.S. cities and thousands of neighborhoods and assigned a "Transit Score" to each. The scores consider frequency, type of route and distance between stops. Scores were scaled out of a possible 100 points. For the full story, click here.

For more on Walk Score’s rankings, including by region, click here.

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  • Rot[ February 10th, 2014 @ 4:54pm ]

    Ny is the worst city not only to live in, but it's also home to the most bankrupt, corrupt, inefficient excuse for a transit system. Mta is garbage.

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