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The 6 Best Cities in Colorado to Live Without a Car

The 6 Best Cities in Colorado to Live Without a Car

Having a car in Colorado is freedom for many people, but even if you don’t own a car, you can still live for free thanks to a plethora of travel options.

Getting from place “A” to place “B” can be a real pain if you don’t have a car, but here in Colorado, there are 6 cities that make life without a car a breeze.

Scoot, Bicycle or Bus: the possibilities are endless

Today on my way to work I saw a man on an electric unicycle and thought “wow, we really live in the future.” Personally, I can’t even figure out how to ride an electric scooter, but the fact is that nowadays there are so many options for people who want to get around without a car.

Whether you want to use public transport, on foot, by bike, by car or by scooter, you don’t always need a car to reach your next destination.

The 6 Best Cities in Colorado to Live Without a Car

According to Lawn starterare 6 cities in Colorado that make life incredibly easy without a car.

To rank the top 200 largest cities in America, Lawnstarter used the following 4 metrics:

  • Access,
  • commute culture,
  • Safety,
  • and climate

One city in Colorado ranked in the top 10 nationally, while another fell in the top 20. It seems that Colorado is a pretty good place to live without a vehicle.

Here are the top 6 cities in Colorado ranked:

  1. Fort Collins, CO (number 7 nationally)
  2. Denver, CO (number 17 nationally)
  3. Colorado Springs, CO (National Number 71)
  4. Aurora, CO (number 107 nationally)
  5. Lakewood, CO (Number 136 nationally)
  6. Thornton, CO (Number 144 nationally)

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This hidden gem in Colorado is a must see. Rodz & Bodz Movie Car Museum is a real treat!

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1950s Car Accidents Around Western Colorado

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