Comparing Cities

Portland, Oregon
Portland is the largest city in the U.S. state of Oregon.
Founded: 1845
Area City: 145 sq mi (376 km2)
Time Zone: PST (UTC-8)
Population: 583,776
Airport : PDX
Park Acres Within City Limits: 14,204
Median household income: $65,554
Percent unemployed: 7.9
Walk Score: 63
Transit Score: 51
Bike Score: 72
Museums: 20
Portland Home Prices & Values: $336,300
The largest US cities: 28
On average, there are 144 sunny days per year in Portland, Oregon
Precipitation Days: 154
Portland might be the most walking, biking, and public transit friendly city on the West Coast.

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque is located in Bernalillo County in New Mexico.
Founded 1706 (as Alburquerque)
Area City: 189.5 sq mi (490.9 km2)
Time zone: MST (UTC-7)
Population: 549,812
Airport — City of Albuquerque: ABQ
Median Household Income: $47,989
The Internet Speed: 1. CityLink Telecommunications 94.00 / 95.31 Mbps
Walk Score: 40
Transit Score: 30
Bike Score: 60
Park Acres Within City Limits: 27,373
Museums: 16
Albuquerque Home Prices & Values: $184,000
The largest US cities: 32 (Cities ranked 1 to 100)
On average, there are 280 sunny days per year
Precipitation Days: 81

Albuquerque is the 28th most walkable large city in the US with 545,852 residents.
Albuquerque has some public transportation and is somewhat bikeable.
The most walkable Albuquerque neighborhoods are Huning Highland Historic District, Downtown and University Heights.



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