In Europe, if you don't have a car, it's a choice. People ride bikes, walk, or take the trains around most cities. But in America? You're a certified, TLC-described scrub without a ride. That is, unless you live in one of a few select cities -- where having a car isn't a requisite to getting love.
Unsurprisingly, New York City is the best city in the US if you're into biking, bipedal motion, and trains. That is, according to Seattle-based company Walk Score, which analyzed the largest 3,000 American cities to find those easiest cities for commuting without a car. The composite score combined data on walking routes, cycle paths, and public transportation, generating scores from 0 - 100 for each mode of transport.