The publication "iNUA #8 - Meeting The Needs of People Walking!" lays out strategies for how mayors and other policy makers can effectively improve the conditions for walking and how this can contribute to delivering the New Urban Agenda. Walk21 drafted the document in collaboration with the Sustainable Urban Transport Program, SUTP by GIZ Gmbh (the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit). The guide is available in English and Spanish. Maria Vassilakou (Vice-mayor, City of Vienna), Nadime Yaver (Director, Public Space Advocacy, City of Bogotá), and, Bronwen Thornton (CEO Walk21) launch the iNUA#8 publication "Walking: Implementing the New Urban Agenda". The publication
In collaboration with UNHABITAT, Walk21 is preparing a Best Practice Guide on Walking and Cycling in African Cities. In the Guide we would like to include examples and good practice case studies of policy, infrastructure, advocacy and perception studies from across the continent.
If you know of such examples - whether delivered by government, part of academic research, or civil society - please share information in the form here. We will follow up to find out more details, if necessary.
You are welcome to share details of your own project or work, as well as those of others. You can fill in the form as many times as you like – if you have more than one example please submit each one separately.