Financing and governance models for supporting walking infrastructure
Recent research in partnership with development banks has highlighted an opportunity for more packaged investment in walkability projects. As more money is being targeted to sustainable mobility systems that attract future economic growth the banks and national officials are negotiating the best models for supporting walking infrastructure. How can national policy support local and city action for walking?
Contributions are invited that share what finance and governance models are supporting walking investments. This could include examples of walking infrastructure, behaviour change campaigns, land use planning, fiscal and regulatory incentives, public transport catchments or capacity building.