According to WalkScore.com, St. Paul has a lower overall walk score (62) than Minneapolis (69), which reflects its more relaxed and collegiate atmosphere. The most walkable neighborhood for both cities is downtown, and St. Paul's downtown score (95) is even higher than that of Minneapolis (91).
Not surprisingly, the most walkable neighborhoods in St. Paul are grouped together around downtown, along famous Grand Avenue (Summit Hill) and surrounding its many universities and colleges.
- Downtown – 91
- Summit Hill – 77
- Summit-University – 76
- Hamline-Midway – 76
- Macalester-Groveland – 73
- Merriam Park – 72
- St. Anthony Park – 69
- Thomas-Dale (Frogtown) – 68
- West Seventh – 68
- West Side – 63
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