Colorado Springs is the 39th most walkable large city in the US with 416,427 residents.
Colorado Springs has minimal public transportation and does not have many bike lanes.
Most errands require a car.
Most errands require a car in Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs is the 39th most walkable large city in the US with a Walk Score of 33.
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|1||Old Colorado City||49||24||55|
|2||Central Colorado Springs||47||27||62|
|3||East Colorado Springs||42||18||49|
|4||Southeast Colorado Springs||40||25||45|
|5||Northeast Colorado Springs||34||12||44|
|6||Southwest Colorado Springs||26||15||39|
|7||West Colorado Springs||25||19||49|
|11||Peterson Air Force Base||21||14||36|
|12||Northwest Colorado Springs||19||7||35|
There are about 1,060 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Colorado Springs.
People in Colorado Springs can walk to an average of 0.9 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.
It is possible to get on a bus. Find Colorado Springs apartments for rent near public transit.
Colorado Springs has minimal public transportation and about 20 bus lines.
The map above shows how far you can travel in 30 minutes from Colorado Springs on public transit.
Minimal bike infrastructure.
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