List of U.S. cities with high transit ridership

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The following is a list of United States cities of 100,000+ inhabitants with the 50 highest rates of public transit commuting, according to data from the 2000 Census. The Census measured the percentage of commuters who take public transit, as opposed to walking, driving an automobile, bicycle, boat, or some other means.

1. New York, New York 54.35%
2. Jersey City, New Jersey 40.26%
3. Washington, D.C. 34.47%
4. Boston, Massachusetts 33.07%
5. San Francisco, California 32.64%
6. Newark, New Jersey 26.81%
7. Chicago, Illinois 26.71%
8. Cambridge, Massachusetts 26.46%
9. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 25.93%
10. Arlington, Virginia 24.12%
11. Yonkers, New York 23.61%
12. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 20.99%
13. Baltimore, Maryland 19.94%
14. Berkeley, California 19.93%
15. Hartford, Connecticut 18.87%
16. Seattle, Washington 18.44%
17. Oakland, California 18.18%
18. Daly City, California 18.12%
19. Alexandria, Virginia 16.69%
20. Atlanta, Georgia 15.61%
21. Minneapolis, Minnesota 15.07%
22. Elizabeth, New Jersey 14.91%
23. East Los Angeles, California 14.4%
24. New Orleans, Louisiana 14.05%
25. Portland, Oregon 12.89%
26. Buffalo, New York 12.52%
27. Paterson, New Jersey 12.36%
28. Cleveland, Ohio 12.2%
29. Honolulu, Hawaii 12.02%
30. Miami, Florida 11.6%
31. New Haven, Connecticut 11.36%
32. Stamford, Connecticut 11.14%
33. St. Louis, Missouri 10.9%
34. Los Angeles, California 10.64%
35. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 10.44%
36. Cincinnati, Ohio 10.35%
37. Concord, California 9.97%
38. Naperville, Illinois 9.52%
39. St. Paul, Minnesota 9.01%
40. Detroit, Michigan 8.81%
41. Denver, Colorado 8.75%
42. Santa Ana, California 8.62%
43. Bridgeport, Connecticut 8.49%
44. Richmond, Virginia 8.46%
45. Rochester, New York 8.33%
46. Inglewood, California 7.62%
47. Providence, Rhode Island 7.48%
48. Madison, Wisconsin 7.39%
49. El Monte, California 7.38%
50. Syracuse, New York 7.17%

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