Special Report

The Big Cities Where It's Easiest to Park

13. New York City, New York
> Park score: 6.55/10
> Population: 8,467,513

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12. Washington, D.C.
> Park score: 6.67/10
> Population: 671,803

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11. Boston, Massachusetts
> Park score: 6.79/10
> Population: 654,776

10. Seattle, Washington
> Park score: 6.85/10
> Population: 733,919

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9. Jersey City, New Jersey
> Park score: 6.92/10
> Population: 283,927

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