I'm not entirely sure I understand your question, but here's the answer to the question I think you are asking: Urban (from the latin urbs, urbis) means having to do with a city Rural has to do with the suburbs (sub is latin for under, urbs being city - literally under the city), which is the area in the countryside, outside the city. NYC being the bustling hub of activity it is, NYC is urban.
New York city is urban, but the whole state of New York not urban. The countryside of the New York state is rural.
New York City is about as urban as it gets. There are no rural communities within the city. You have to travel quite a way from New York City before you get to any community that could be considered rural.
Urban is when you live in a city. Example: New York City Rural is when you live the country. Example: Tennessee
New York City is urban, as is Buffalo and Albany, the state capitol. There are many rural areas with farms, and wilderness areas such as the Adirondack Mountains and many others which are gorgeous and wonderful to visit.
Urban means city, but it can be like Springfield, Missouri to New York, New York! Rural means town, village, or small in many languages. Small can be as cityish as Ashland, Oregon to Fairplay, Missouri! So, they vary. Any who, to answer your question, it would be like comapring New York in New York to Fairplay in Missouri.
Yes, New York does have urban areas, the largest is New York City.
New York City is a urban community.
This would be because it has an urban lifestyle. Urban means built-up area of buildings such as a town or city. Rural would be the lifestyle outside those built-up areas, such as where open fields and grasslands exist.
New York City has more people in its urban area than Mexico City. New York is rated at number eight and Mexico City is rated at number 10.
is the movement from a rural area to a city like new york
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No NYC is very much an URBAN area.
It was known as the urban cowboys.
Well, for starters, they are two completely different places that are located about 2,000 miles apart from each other. New York City is a city, and Montana is a state. New York City is located in the Northeastern United States, while Montana is located in the Northwest. New York City is densely populated and urban, while Montana is rural and sparsely populated. New York City's air is badly polluted, while Montana's is relatively clean. New York City is exceptionally culturally diverse, while Montana is not. New York City has no cows, while Montana has lots of them. New York City is 3 words, while Montana is 1. There's no "a" in "New York City," while there are 2 in "Montana." There are thousands and thousands of other differences, as well. Too many to list here.