Briefing: Creating walking cities

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
October 9, 2017
Author
Ruth Bradshaw, LGIU Associate
Issues Covered
  • 20mph zones
  • pedestrianisation
  • public spaces
Categories
Economy and Regeneration, Health, public health, adult social care, Transport
Related briefings

Investing in cycling and walking: rapid evidence assessment (June 2017)

Towards a walking world (November 2016)

The economic case for active travel (December 2014)

Integrating sustainable transport, road safety and public health (May 2014)

It is now widely recognised that walking has a key role to play in addressing many of the serious public health concerns facing cities. This briefing summarises a range of reports on walking and looks at examples of what is being done to create places which are attractive for pedestrians.

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