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 includes key tools, resources and ideas with selected examples of how cities, like Vienna, successfully managed to raise levels of walking and make it easier and more comfortable.
Check out a short video by Jim explaining the importance of the guide here.
Deputy Mayor of Vienna with The Director of Public Space in Bogota and Walk21's CEO launching the new guide at Walk21 Bogota.
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