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post #91 of 108
52! here in the sticks.
post #92 of 108
20
post #93 of 108
I scored a 57. I also tried some previous addresses (I have moved quite often in the past few years) and I would say it is pretty accurate... Very cool site though. Ty.
post #94 of 108
The house I grew up in scored a 12. Thats what happens when you live on 3 acres.
post #95 of 108
75, Which is really low, since I live downtown. FSU is a mile away, but less than a mile away is the grocery, movie theater, mall, post office, Capitol (where I work), church, and quite a few parks. I've gone weeks without driving.
post #96 of 108
98! Walker's Paradise....
post #97 of 108
100 - Andersonville, Chicago.
post #98 of 108
69. Wth!?
post #99 of 108
46 - Car Dependent

But there's actually a lot of nearby places that I consider within walking distance (approx. two miles roundtrip) including three supermarkets, a grocery warehouse store, a Target, a Kohl's department store, and three Starbucks. There's also a U.S. Post Office contract station.
post #100 of 108
I live in Downtown LA and got 75/100. That site is very flawed, I wouldn't walk around my neighborhood without a Tec-9.
post #101 of 108
Walk Score: 10 out of 100 — Car-Dependent Ouch... Next month I'm moving from this house to an apartment downtown 75 out of 100 — Very Walkable A step in the right direction!
post #102 of 108
Walk Score: 84 out of 100 "” Very Walkable
post #103 of 108
94... I'll take it for LA
post #104 of 108
Wow - 80 For H Hills, & Runyon Canyon is right around the corner???
post #105 of 108
48. I was expecting that...Calgary AB is not made for walkers
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