Special Report

The Big Cities Where It's Easiest to Park

18. Nashville, Tennessee
> Park score: 6.46/10
> Population: 678,851

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17. San Francisco, California
> Park score: 6.46/10
> Population: 815,201

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16. Portland, Oregon
> Park score: 6.47/10
> Population: 641,162

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15. Detroit, Michigan
> Park score: 6.50/10
> Population: 632,464

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14. Chicago, Illinois
> Park score: 6.53/10
> Population: 2,696,555

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