Walkability is a human right

Walkability is a human right.

This acknowledgment is core to the work of Pedestrian Space.

Despite the common-sense observation that humans walk and need to be able to move around the places we inhabit by foot, many communities lack the quality of being truly “walkable”.

At the heart of Pedestrian Space is the assertion that walkability is an essential component of truly healthy and sustainable urbanism.

Imagine if all towns and cities were planned as if walkability was a human right?

-Annika Lundkvist, Founder & Editor of Pedestrian Space