Cities Where No One Wants to Drive

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Worcester, Massachusetts, USA at Worcester Common.
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25. Worcester, Massachusetts
> Pct. of households without a vehicle: 19.6%
> Pct. commuting to work via public transportation: 4.2%
> Pct. walking to work: 5.7%
> Population: 183,382

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24. St. Louis, Missouri
> Pct. of households without a vehicle: 19.7%
> Pct. commuting to work via public transportation: 9.7%
> Pct. walking to work: 4.7%
> Population: 317,850

hotel buildings with yachts and palm trees Miami, Florida
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23. Miami, Florida
> Pct. of households without a vehicle: 19.9%
> Pct. commuting to work via public transportation: 10.8%
> Pct. walking to work: 3.3%
> Population: 424,632

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22. Springfield, Massachusetts
> Pct. of households without a vehicle: 20.8%
> Pct. commuting to work via public transportation: 4.2%
> Pct. walking to work: 6.1%
> Population: 153,947

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21. Providence, Rhode Island
> Pct. of households without a vehicle: 21.7%
> Pct. commuting to work via public transportation: 7.6%
> Pct. walking to work: 10.5%
> Population: 178,680