The City of Miami slotted in at No. 4 in Walk Score’s 2017 ranking of the most walkable cities in the United States, but what about on a neighborhood level?
The Downtown/Brickell area topped that list with a score of 91 (out of 100), and was closely followed by Wynwood/Edgewater (88) and Little Havana (88). As for the most walkable cities in the nation, New York, San Francisco, and Boston rounded out the top three.
Miami’s 13 most walkable neighborhoods, according to Walk Score, are below, while also detailing how each neighborhood fares in transportation and biking. We’re a bit skeptical: Coconut Grove seems quite low.