COVID-19 amplified the need for walking and places to walk in communities around the world.

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Submit your case study

Walk21 invites you to submit a case study for walking in your community, city, country or region. By submitting for the map, you become part of the global momentum for better conditions for people walking and good practice within governments to deliver better streets and public spaces.

Your submission makes policy visible to other city administrations, politicians, NGOs, practitioners and other professionals. You inspire governments around the world to take action and you provide them with examples. Also, you celebrate your achievements and you are being recognised as a community that values walking and invests in it through good governance and visible commitments. 

Submit your case study

Watch our webinar series

Recordings are available for our series of webinars on 13 December. At the three webinars, addressing three different time zones, we shared local case studies that exemplify good governance for walking.

Webinar recordings


Fortaleza (Brazil)

Municipal Walkability Master Plan of Fortaleza
Debora Monte, CityLab Manager, City of Fortaleza

Mexico City

Walkability Actions in Mexico City
Constanza Délon Córdoba, Director of Road Safety and Information Monitoring, Mexico City

Montréal (Canada)

Pedestrians First – Policies, Plans and Programs
Bartek Komorowski – Team Leader, Sustainable Mobility Strategies Division, City of Montréal

Europe & Africa

Rotterdam (Netherlands)

Rotterdam Loopt 2025
André de Wit, Mobility Advisor, City of Rotterdam

Kisumu (Kenya)

City of Kisumu Non-motorised Transport and Impact – A walking City
Judy Balla, Government of Kisumu (Kenya)


Tirana School Street Programme
Simon Battisti, Executive Director, Qendra Marrëdhënie (Albania)



Asia & Oceania

Queensland (Australia)

Queensland Steps Up – Escalating the Profile of Walking
Robyn Davies, Manager (Walking and Cycling)
Department of Transport and Main Roads
Queensland, Australia


Walk-Cycle-Ride Strategy
Dr Koh Puay Ping, Principal Manager, Active Mobility Group, Land Transport Authority

Mumbai (India)

Safe Access to Schools Initiative: A case study from Mumbai
Rohit Tak, WRT Design