A stroll down Broadway in New York City, Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, or Bourbon Street in New Orleans can help anyone appreciate the hustle and bustle of urban life. Walking is becoming the transportation method of choice for pedestrians in crowded American cities. Why not? After all, no one likes sitting in traffic. Now a new study by the George Washington University School of Business reveals that the best metropolitan areas for traveling by foot fall in the intersection between easily accessible, walker-friendly areas and urban neighborhoods with lots of offices, apartments, retailers, and hotels. That junction is called a “WalkUp,” and the more a city has, the more walkable it is. Check out which 10 urban areas took the top spots.