A recent study published in CreditDonkey
, a financial education website, ranked Baltimore among the best cities to live practically car free.
The website used three factors to determine the rankings: the percentage of people who commute to work using public transit, gas prices and commute time.
Baltimore ranked ninth, ranking higher than Portland, Ore., but preceded by Los Angeles, Calif. According to CreditDonkey, Baltimore’s public transit system, including subway, light rail and buses, makes it easy for residents to get around the city and to and from the suburbs.
The top three cities to live car free were New York, N.Y., San Francisco, Calif., and Washington, D.C.
See the full list here