Make Way for Walking and Cycling
‘Make Way for Walking and Cycling’ is the headline report to launch the PATH Partnership for Active Travel and Health. It highlights multiple benefits of walking and cycling and enormous further potential for the climate, air quality, health and well-being.
‘Make Way for Walking and Cycling’ is the headline report to launch the partnership, highlighting multiple benefits of walking and cycling and enormous further potential for the climate, air quality, health and well-being.
PATH (Partnership for Active Travel and Health) is a new coalition calling on governments and cities to make a real commitment to walking and cycling as a key solution to the climate, health and equity challenges which they face.
Enabling more people to walk and cycle safely can play a greater role in achieving climate goals, and is a quick, affordable and reliable way to lower transport emissions while improving public health, strengthening the economy and supporting a fairer, more equitable society.
Walking and cycling deliver on more Sustainable Development Goals than any other transport mode and have enormous further potential, yet they are still under-prioritised in the transport and mobility mix and the wider climate agenda.
PATH is comprised of leading organisations in the sustainable mobility community who collaborate to promote walking and cycling. It is coordinated by a core group consisting of the FIA Foundation – who are funding the coordination work – Walk21, the European Cyclists’ Federation and the UN Environment Programme.