US Cities In Largest Metro Areas – Choose Population

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First, choose a minimum population by typing ‘5k’, ’10k’, ’25k’, or ’50k’ – then enter the cities of that population or greater within 25 miles of the 25 largest US metro areas. Distance is from the largest city of that metro area. NOTE: you may have to wait a moment for the cities to load after entering your population choice. Object is highest population, not most cities.


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    The exclusion of Fort Worth is annoying me… The same with San Jose. I think that for certain areas, such as the Twin Cities, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the Tampa Bay area, the Bay Area (San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose), Chicagoland (Chicago/Elgin/Aurora/Joliet-Gary/Hammond-Milwaukee) and Metro Detroit (Detroit-Ann Arbor), the entire metropolitan area should be included.

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