Walk Score’s bases its walkability ranking on proximity to amenities such as grocery stores, restaurants, schools, parks and public transit. With a score of 89, West Hollywood’s walkability is ranked higher than that of San Francisco (with a score of 84), Los Angeles (64) and San Diego (49).
“With its central location and compact size, West Hollywood is the ideal destination for visitors who want to experience the greater Los Angeles area without a car,” said Brad Burlingame, president & CEO of Visit West Hollywood, which markets the city to business and leisure travelers. “West Hollywood visitors appreciate the safe atmosphere, pedestrian-friendly streetscaping and the close proximity of our world-class hotels to dining, shopping and entertainment.”
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