The 35 Least-Walkable Cities in America

35. Tulsa, Oklahoma

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A national poll of 3,000 adults in the 50 biggest U.S. metros underscores that, more than any other generation, millennial renters and homebuyers look for walkability in an address, says the National Association of Realtors’ 2015 Community Preference Survey.

Tulsa has the dubious honor of being the best of the 35 worst cities when it comes to walkability, according to Walk Score.

Walk Score: 38.6

Population: 391,906

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