We want to create a walking nation, free from congested roads and pollution, reducing the risk of preventable illness and social isolation and making walking the natural choice.
Thanks to the Active Travel (Wales) Act, every Local Authority in Wales must draw up plans for a network of walking and cycling routes called Integrated Network Maps.
These routes should connect homes to places like schools, workplaces, shops, services, parks and leisure facilities.
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We want communities to be connected to each other so there is better cohesion, making short local journeys easier on foot than by car.
We want to make sure that walking routes are fit for purpose and suitable for everyone to enjoy.
Make sure that you and your community have a voice in local planning for everyday walking. One way that we can help with this is by supporting you to set up a local campaign group and use your knowledge and experience about walking in the area you live, work, shop and study to make sure routes are right for your area.
As the capital city of Wales, we want Cardiff to be healthier, cleaner and less congested.
By making walking safer, more pleasant and the easiest option for short journeys we can make change happen.
Find out more about our campaign - and sign up for our news so you hear first about opportunities to make Cardiff a more walkable city.
We want to see speed limits of 20mph in places where people work, play, shop and study.
The Welsh Government has devolved powers to implement a default speed of 20mph in residential areas reducing it from the current default 30mph.
Local authorities across Wales are already taking steps to implement 20mph zones and create safer communities at a higher cost than should be necessary.
Throughout 2019, Living Streets Cymru will be campaigning to make this happen at a national level, reducing this cost but more importantly reducing the risk of serious collisions with pedestrians and the severity of injuries when incidents do happen.
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We’re creating a walking nation. We’ve got the know-how to make it happen but we can’t do it alone. Together with our partners and funders we can make extraordinary things happen.