Walking and Cycling in Africa – Evidence and Good Practice to Inspire Action

09/2022 | Report
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The report sets out recommendations for governments and other stakeholders and makes the case for retaining, enabling and protecting those already moving in the most sustainable way possible. Developed by the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UNHabitat), the United Nations Environment Programme and the Walk21 Foundation, it provides the evidence, knowledge and key actions required to ensure transport decisions made today will deliver safer, more sustainable and resilient networks in the future.

 

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