Biggest U.S. Cities Starting with T

Try to name the biggest cities in the United States that start with the letter T.
Cities proper, not metro areas. Incorporated places only.
2021 U.S. census estimates
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Last updated: May 30, 2022
First submittedFebruary 9, 2012
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Average score64.7%
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Population
State
Hint
City
543,242
Arizona
Sonoran Desert
Tucson
411,401
Oklahoma
A judge ruled that it is part of the Muscogee nation
Tulsa
387,050
Florida
Shares its name with the bay on which it lies
Tampa
268,508
Ohio
Ohio and Michigan fought a "war" over it
Toledo
219,205
Washington
Its Narrows Bridge collapsed spectacularly in 1940
Tacoma
197,102
Florida
State capital
Tallahassee
184,118
Arizona
Phoenix suburb
Tempe
143,600
California
Louis Zamperini lived here
Torrance
142,610
Colorado
Denver suburb
Thornton
125,963
Kansas
State capital
Topeka
125,754
California
1,000 trees
Thousand Oaks
110,846
California
Riverside County
Temecula
107,192
Texas
Named for the 10th U.S. President
Tyler
100,618
Alabama
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa
95,387
California
A girl's name
Tracy
90,457
New Jersey
State capital
Trenton
86,836
Michigan
Hector's city
Troy
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Level 37
Jun 29, 2012
isn't it temple arizona not tempe
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Level 65
Jul 3, 2012
Uh no, it's Tempe.
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Level 73
Mar 21, 2015
I like any kind of Geography quiz so I enjoyed this one. Pretty hard though. Half of the answers seemed a little obscure to be on a "Biggest T cities..." quiz. I live in Michigan an hour north of Troy and it never even crossed my mind.
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Level 47
Feb 8, 2017
Tulsa represent
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Level 18
May 2, 2019
I missed Tulsa because I spelled it Tusla