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    30 Easiest Cities to Get Around

    These are the best places for the 50+ to keep it moving

    EMP Museum, Seattle

    The Space Needle, monorail and EMP Museum in Seattle — Jens Goerlich/Gallery Stock

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    Memo to the Beach Boys: Getting around these days doesn’t mean driving up and down the same old strip. Cities with a variety of transit options do well in the Livability Index’s transportation category. San Francisco scores high for trips on foot; Buffalo, N.Y., for its safe streets; and Hoboken, N.J., for how little residents spend on transportation.

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    (Population 500K and above)    

    San Francisco


    New York



    Portland, Ore.


    Washington, D.C.




    (100K - 500K)                         

    Buffalo, N.Y.

    Cambridge, Mass.


    Allentown, Pa.

    Erie, Pa.

    St. Paul, Minn.

    Providence, R.I.

    Jersey City, N.J.

    Boulder, Colo.

    Fort Wayne, Ind.


    (25K - 100K)             

    Hoboken, N.J.

    La Crosse, Wis.

    Union City, N.J.

    West New York, N.J.

    Superior, Wis.

    Blacksburg, Va.

    Duluth, Minn.

    West Lafayette, Ind.

    Urbana, Ill.

    Town of Tonawanda, N.Y.

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