HOW WE CAN MAKE STREETS BETTER FOR WALKING
We want a nation where walking is the natural choice for everyday local journeys. Our mission is to achieve a better walking environment and inspire people to walk more.
Have a look at our policies below to see some of the key ways we can get more people walking.
SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS
Pedestrian falls could be costing taxpayers half a billion pounds a year.
Everybody should be able to cross the road safely, directly and without delay.
Walking is great for the environment but air pollution is putting our health at risk.
WALKING AND E-SCOOTERS
We need legislation and enforcement to keep them off the pavement.
Making our streets better for people walking and wheeling.
Our urban areas need more 20mph speed limits to create safer streets.
Parking on pavements is a major concern for our supporters and the general public.
Walking and cycling
How we ensure our streets are better for walking, wheeling and cycling.
FEELING SAFE ON OUR STREETS
While walking or wheeling are for everyone, not everyone feels safe navigating our streets.
WALKING AND INEQUALITY
Analysing collision data for correlations between risk, deprivation and ethnicity.
We take a fresh look at what makes high streets enjoyable places to be.
WALKING AND HEALTH
Any physical activity is better than none and walking is the easiest way to get started.
Walking for everyone
A guide to making walking and wheeling more inclusive.
Transforming parking spaces into community spaces for people to stop and socialise.