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TfL’s role in promoting better (September 2016) health | Policy
Review of TfL’s role in promoting better health in London.
Overcoming barriers and identifying opportunities for everyday walking for disabled people (May 2016) | Policy
Funded by Public Health England, the report looks at barriers that disabled people face when it comes to walking outside and how can they be overcome.
Sharing the Space report (May 2016) | Policy
A study of four shared-use paths in London, published March 2016.
Review of pedestrian walking speeds (May 2014) | Policy
A review of pedestrian walking speeds and time needed to cross the road, published May 2014.
Making the Case for Investment in the Walking Environment - Summary Report | Policy
The summary of our report Making the Case for Investment in the Walking Environment.
20mph in Edinburgh case study | Policy
Key lessons from the roll out of 20mph by the City of Edinburgh Council.
How to get more children walking to school | Policy
Our best practice guide on how to get more children walking to school.
Pavement Parking In Wales - English | Policy
A step towards a pavement parking ban in Wales - English version
Pavement Parking Wales Report - Welsh | Policy
A step towards a pavement parking ban in Wales - Welsh version
Is Walking A Miracle Cure? | Policy
Physical inactivity is a public health crisis. Human beings are designed to be active, but the average UK adult spends around nine hours a day sitting. The good news is that any physical activity is better than none and walking is the easiest way to get started. Walking is so good for us it has been called a miracle cure.