How Many City Blocks Equal One Mile?


How many city blocks it takes to equal one mile differs. There are commonly two different sizes of city blocks. There are roughly 10 to 20 blocks to one mile.
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Since a city block is about a tenth of a mile, you can do the math and figure out that it would take approximately 10 city blocks to make a mile. Look here for more information:
Approximately 20 up/downtown (short) blocks or 4 crosstown
East to West - 16. North to South - 8.
The number of blocks in a mile ranges from 10-20, depending on the city. In New York City, it is 20.
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