On one side of the Missouri River, there’s Omaha, Nebraska, on the other, Council Bluffs, Iowa. The two combined make up the greater Omaha metro area, a region that’s home to ConAgra foods, Mutual of Omaha Insurance, and Warren Buffet’s multinational Berkshire Hathaway.
Metro Transit provides bus service to the city and surrounding neighborhoods, including express service across the river to Council Bluffs. Omaha was once an important hub for transportation. Amtrak still runs here but the historic art deco Union Station is now home to the Durham Museum. Omaha B-Cycle has bike sharing stations downtown and near the Convention Center.
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Omaha has some beautiful classic buildings – use Walk Score to search for a fully remodeled apartment with built in cabinets, arcaded windows, hardwood floors, and other fine details. Omaha is still a car commuter’s city, but Walk Score can help you find a single family home that’s close to public transit.
Out in the neighborhoods, you’ll find three bedroom homes with big back yards. In the center of the city, there are more studio apartments, including brand new condos with big windows. If you’re looking to live in the center of town, use Walk Score to find a one bedroom or two bedroom apartment that’s close to shopping, parks, and great restaurants.
There are about 3,927 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Omaha.
People in Omaha can walk to an average of 0.6 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.
Omaha has about 3 car shares from RelayRides and Zipcar.
Minimal bike infrastructure.
Bike sharing is available from Omaha B-cycle.
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