The last census tells us that 8 out of 10 Americans are now urbanites.
The nation’s most densely populated urbanized area is Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, with nearly 7,000 people
per square mile.
The San Francisco-Oakland area is the second most densely populated at 6,266 people per square mile, followed by San Jose (5,820 people per square mile), and in the Central Valley, Delano, with 5,483 people per square mile, ranks fourth, according to census figures.
The New York-Newark area is fifth, with an overall density of 5,319 people per square mile.
The New York-Newark area continues to be the nation’s most populous urbanized area, with 18,351,295 residents. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim is the second most populous (12,150,996).
The above image is one of mine.
Beach, 18x24 inches, colored pencil on paper, 2006