Walking and Cycling to Economic Recovery - Lessons Learnt From Around the World

From Brussels to Bogota, cities are placing support for increased levels of walking and cycling at the core of their response to the COVID-19 crisis. Prioritising improvements to active transport infrastructure recognises the unique opportunity for walking and cycling to address immediate capacity needs and to provide a catalyst for longer-term economic recovery and behavioural change.

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