Q: How many blocks per mile - Toronto?

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There is a variance in US block measurements. 15 to 20 blocks per mile in different parts of the country, so..................... 11.82 miles (20 blocks/1 mile) = 236.4 blocks ------------------- 11.82 miles (15 blocks/1 mile) 177.3 blocks ---------------- so, you have that much variance to consider for your answer

It depends on the orientation of the blocks.

For blocks that are 450mm x 225mm , you will need 9.88 blocks per square metre.

1,760 yards = 1 mile.

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There are roughly 12 blocks per mile, so 10.8 billion miles = 129,600,000,000 blocks.

There is a variance in US block measurements. 15 to 20 blocks per mile in different parts of the country, so..................... 11.82 miles (20 blocks/1 mile) = 236.4 blocks ------------------- 11.82 miles (15 blocks/1 mile) 177.3 blocks ---------------- so, you have that much variance to consider for your answer

In large cities the number varies depending upon the original grid layout. In NYC (Manhattan) the number of north-south blocks per mile is 20. East-west blocks (between avenues) are typically just under 5 north-south blocks in length, so the number of east-west blocks per mile is 4.

In large cities the number varies depending upon the original grid layout. In NYC (Manhattan) the number of north-south blocks per mile is 20. East-west blocks (between avenues) are typically just under 5 north-south blocks in length, so the number of east-west blocks per mile is 4.

do the math. in new york city 20 blocks make up a mile, really they planned it. there are 1780 yards in a mile so 1780 divided by 20 =89 89 yards per block x 2=178 yards in every 2 blocks.

There are about 10-12 city blocks per mile, so there are about .1 miles in a city block. Source: Hudson's Dictionary of Minneapolis (1906) states: In downtown, there are 13 ordinary blocks to the mile. South of 24th St the north-south blocks are longer, running 8 to the mile and east-west blocks are half as long, 16 to the mile. Review of neighborhood maps with a scale of 1.25 inches = 1000 feet confirms this measurement.

It's 8 blocks per mile, so each block is 1/8 mile. 1 mile = 5280 feet 1 block = 5280/8 = 660 feet.

It depends on the orientation of the blocks.

Eight minutes per mile at that speed.