|Greenwich Village, but not a true narrow street.|
Without further ado, the modes of transportation ranked by their number of mentions in Dylan's five plus decades of songwriting, added up using Dylan.com's lyric search:
Ships and boats: 33
Cars: 17 (including two Fords, two Cadillacs and one Buick)
Horseback riding: 6
Horse-drawn vehicles: 3
...and walking: 128
Is Dylan a walking man at heart? He's certainly no couch potato: constant, almost compulsive walking appears in many songs, especially those on more recent albums. Despite the relative scarcity of mentions of personal automobiles (13% of all non-walking mentions), one looking for a pro-urban bent in Dylan's lyrics is likely to find more of a mixed bag: although negative characterizations frequently accompany mentions of cities in general, specific urban settings come off memorably well.