While Atlanta is not a city known for its walkability, there are pockets throughout the metro that are desirable for residents who want ample walkability and easy transit access.
According to Walk Score, Atlanta is a car-dependent city with a walk score of 49. It is the 21st-most walkable large city in the country, with a transit score of 44 and a bike score of 50.
However, there are many areas of Atlanta that received a high walk score, especially compared to the rest of the city.
At the top of the list is Georgia State University, which Walk Score categorizes as a neighborhood, with a walk score of 97. It also has a bike score of 82 and a transit score of 77. Both Peachtree Center and Buckhead Village received a walk score of 91, followed by Sweet Auburn, which has a walk score of 90.
Atlantic Station ranks the highest for biking, with a score of 87, while South Downtown ranks the highest in transit with a score of 79.
See the top 10 most-walkable neighborhoods in the city of Atlanta:
|Name||Walk Score||Transit Score||Bike Score|
|1||Georgia State University||97||77||82|
|10||Old Fourth Ward||82||51||79|