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Living in Springfield

Springfield has an average Walk Score of 40 with 60,608 residents.

Springfield does not have many bike lanes.

The most walkable Springfield neighborhoods are Arlington, North Village Square and Hills and Dales.

Nearby Apartments

40 Walk Score of Springfield, OH

Springfield is a Car-Dependent city

Most errands require a car.

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Most errands require a car in Springfield.

Springfield Neighborhoods

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Population

1 Arlington 58 - 47 654
2 North Village Square 43 - 47 588
3 Hills and Dales 42 - 43 541
4 Ridgewood 41 - 55 1,248
5 Mapelwood 41 - 41 523
6 Northern Heights 40 - 52 780
7 Warder Park 37 - 40 812
8 Southgate 34 - 50 1,301
9 Northern Estates 21 - 40 1,684
10 Belmont Meadows 10 - 33 626
11 Glenco Estates 6 - 34 520

Eating & Drinking

There are about 182 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Springfield.

People in Springfield can walk to an average of 0.5 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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49 Bike Score of Springfield, OH

Springfield is Somewhat Bikeable

Minimal bike infrastructure.

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