Since 2005, we have been a one car family. And, given that Katie uses our car the majority of the time, the walkability of the neighborhood we live in is pretty important to me. Actually, walkability is important to me for social and theological reasons-- so my concern would be the same whether we had four cars or none (why walking matters).
Walkscore.com has ranked the walkability of 2500+ US neighborhoods. View the top 10 here. The site also lists 138 Walkers' Paradises, of which our neighborhood comes in just below the 100 mark-- here.
Though over 60% of Kansas Citians live in car-dependent neighborhoods, we are fortunate to live on the dividing lines of the five most walkable neighborhoods in the city!
The moral of the story? Move to Midtown. Walk to Church