Right to Walk
Walkability is a crucial first step in creating sustainable transportation in an urban environment. It’s the most common form of transport in the world. We all do it a little differently, but it is our most common way to travel. Walking is immediate, carbon free, and free. A shift to walkable communities is a shift to healthier populations, a cleaner environment, and more efficient urban spending.
When it’s so right to walk, shouldn’t every city promote the Right to Walk?