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Through exploring the links between objective, subjective and perceived walking accessibility the project will identify key drivers for and obstacles to walking in various urban neighbourhoods in close collaboration with local stakeholders in three European cities (Genoa, Dortmund and Gothenburg). Citizens will be invited to participate in the assessment of selected walking routes of their neighbourhoods. The ultimate aim is to provide evidence for local solutions to support walking as a zero-emission, sustainable and active transport mode in urban areas.
Contact: Dr. Noriko Otsuka, ILS- Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development
Partners: Comune di Genova – ILS – Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development – Karlstad University – University College London