THE UK CHARITY FOR EVERYDAY WALKING
Living Streets Cymru is calling for a default pavement parking ban in Wales, with an exception allowing pavement parking on specially designated streets. The Welsh Government has committed to reviewing problem parking and we are on the task group.
There is one week left to tell us your views on pavement parking - we will feed your comments into the Government review.
We hope you will join us as we look back at our early successes, the strides we have taken to improve our streets and inspire people to get walking - and the ones we have yet to take.
Transport Select Committee has published its report on pavement parking calling on the Government to stop stalling and introduce a ban.
In Scotland MSPs have agreed in principle that a new law be passed to implement a nationwide footway parking ban. And now the Welsh Government is looking seriously into restrictions as well.
Clear pavements need clear laws.
School street closure schemes - where cars are prevented from going up to the school gates at drop off and pick up times – have been successfully trialled in towns and cities in the UK.
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WOW, our flagship year-round walk to school challenge is back with brand you resource for primary schools for 2019/20.
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Walking is man's best medicine
A generation ago, 70% of us walked to school – now it’s less than half.
We want to reverse this decline. We want children to be energised and empowered, and to make walking to school their natural choice.
And we know just how to do it.
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