This Strategy aims to make cycling and walking the natural choice for shorter journeys, or as part of a longer journey. It sets out the objectives, the financial resources, the strategy and the governance arrangements to deliver the aims of the Strategy.
This strategy sets out the ambitions for walking and cycling in the UK and outlines the governance arrangements and resources required to deliver a substantial change to current travel behaviour.
The report looks at the safety of people walking and cycling in an effort to recommend steps that can be taken to improve the safety of Europe's roads.
The Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013 is landmark Welsh law to make it easier for people to walk and cycle in Wales. The Act makes it a legal requirement for local authorities in Wales to map and plan for suitable routes for active travel, and to build and improve their infrastructure for walking and cycling every year.
This report sets out how the Australian Government will work to increase the proportion of people who are walking and riding for short trips, and accessing public transport.
Smart Move, The City of Adelaide’s Transport and Movement Strategy 2012-22 outlines Council’s desired transport and movement outcomes for the City, and the strategies to achieve these over the next 10 years. The Strategy aims to make the City more accessible by accommodating greater travel choices to meet the needs of all users. The Strategy’s key priority is to create a people-friendly City by improving conditions for pedestrians, cyclists and those using public transport.
The draft report explores how the Australian Government can work with other governments, business and the community to encourage and support walking and riding as part of the transport systems in Australia's cities and towns. The Department of Infrastructure and Transport is seeking feedback on the report which will guide the Department's policy development process. Submissions are open until 5pm, 31 January 2013.
These documents aim to assist road safety practitioners in the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) and in local councils to assess, design and implement Shared Zone schemes on NSW roads.
The South East Queensland Active Trails Strategy was published in 2007. The strategy aims to inform and guide future investment in recreation trail planning, development and management.