07.0105 Walking Organisations & Networks

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  • Living Streets Wales

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    Living Streets is the national charity that stands up for pedestrians. In Wales, 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. We want communities to be connected to each other so there is better cohesion, making short local journeys easier on foot than by car.

  • Living Streets Scotland

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    Living Streets is the national charity that stands up for pedestrians. In Scotland, 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. We believe that getting Scotland walking means progress for everyone. We work with professionals and politicians to make sure every community can enjoy vibrant streets and public spaces. Our Walk to School and Walk to Work campaigns reach every area of Scotland. Through our Walkable Communities project, we empower community groups to deliver improvements to their walking environment.

  • Living Streets

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    Living Streets is the national charity that stands up for pedestrians. With our supporters we work to create safe, attractive and enjoyable streets, where people want to walk. We have been the national voice for pedestrians throughout our 90 year history. In the early years, our campaigning led to the introduction of the driving test, pedestrian crossings and 30mph speed limits. Since then our ambition has grown. Today we influence decision makers nationally and locally, run successful projects to encourage people to walk, and provide specialist consultancy services to help reduce congestion and carbon emissions, improve public health, and make sure every community can enjoy vibrant streets and public spaces.