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May 23, 2019

Best Neighbourhoods 2018: Calgary’s Most Walkable Neighbourhoods

These 10 neighbourhoods have the highest Walk Scores in Calgary.

For our 2018 Best Neighbourhoods project, survey respondents ranked Walk Score as the fourth-most-important characteristic of a great place to live. Walk Score measures the walkability of a neighbourhood based on the percentage of daily errands that can be accomplished on foot in the area. Walk Score is a private company based in Seattle, Washington, and it provides a complete list of both Walk Scores and Transit Scores for Calgary neighbourhoods on its website. A score of 90 to 100 means daily errands don’t require a car and a score between 70 and 89 means most errands can be done on foot.

These are the most walkable neighbourhoods in Calgary.

 


Chinatown

Walk Score: 95


Downtown Commercial Core

Walk Score: 93

 Cliff Bungalow

Walk Score: 92

 Eau Claire

Walk Score: 91

Downtown West End, Beltline (tie)

Walk Score: 90

 Downtown East Village, Lower Mount Royal (tie)

Walk Score: 86

Hillhurst, Sunnyside (tie)

Walk Score: 85

Mission

Walk Score: 84

 Crescent Heights

Walk Score: 79

 Manchester

Walk Score: 78

Calgary is the 10th most walkable large city in Canada according to walkscore.com.

This story is part of Avenue Calgary’s 2018 Best Neighbourhoods project.

Methodology: Read more about how this list was determined. 

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