Special Report

The Big Cities Where It's Easiest to Park

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23. Austin, Texas
> Park score: 6.03/10
> Population: 964,177

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22. Columbus, Ohio
> Park score: 6.08/10
> Population: 906,528

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21. Houston, Texas
> Park score: 6.09/10
> Population: 2,288,250

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20. Dallas, Texas
> Park score: 6.10/10
> Population: 1,288,457

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19. New Orleans, Louisiana
> Park score: 6.46/10
> Population: 376,971

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