US Largest Urban Areas

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First choose the number of urban areas by typing ‘100’, ‘250’, or ‘all’ – then try to achieve the highest population among that many of the US 50K+ population urban areas (as defined by the US Census Bureau). ¬†Urban areas are typically named after the largest city of the area, I allow the 2nd largest as an option for the few urban areas named after multiple cities. For a handful, the name of the urban area may be a CDP or other unincorporated community.

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Enter # of cities (100, 250 or ‘all’)
Top Cities: 0
States: 0/0

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Quiz Updated: 7-8-2015

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  1. 0
    The coordinates for Youngstown OH are a bit off… east of Pittsburgh, well into Pennsylvania. It also has (PA) on its label.
  2. 0
    State counter is off by one (I think because DC isn’t counted?) and Fort Walton Beach doesn’t seem to be accepted.
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        State Counter is still off by one. Wyoming isn’t counted.
  3. 0
    I had no idea that Concord (and basically the rest of Contra Costa County) was considered its own urban area. I always assumed we were part of the SF-Oakland UA.
  4. 0
    You should accept some combination of Ocean City/Cape May/Wildwood/Middle/Lower for the area in Cape May County.
    1. 0
      i’ll update this before long and add that as an alternative.
  5. 0
    Could you please accept either Crystal River or Inverness (the two incorporated cities) for the Citrus County, Florida answer?
    1. 0
      i’m keeping the naming after the actual name of the urban area (unless the urban area name does have names of cities) – so for that one I accept Homosassa Springs or Beverly Hills.

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