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Links - Pedestrians/walking

The following links are a sample taken from our Worldwide Contact Directory. Some groups may be listed under more than one category. The directory contains an even more comprehensive list of hundreds of groups working on transportation issues around the world, including links to their web-sites.

Also, please report any missing links that you come across so that we can keep this page in good working order, without which it will not be a useful resource to you.


America Walks
Local pedestrian advocacy, public education, and a collective voice for pedestrians.

Auto-Free Orange County
Promotes less car use and more pblic transit and walkable communities in Orange County, CA

Car-Free Russia | Rossiya Bez Mashin
A Moscow-based website and action group promoting the car-free concept in Russia.

Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP)
Focuses on counteracting the export of American-style transportation policies to the developing world.

National Center for Bicycling and Walking
A very active advocacy group for bicycle and pedestrian interests in the USA.

Project for Public Spaces
Works with local groups and authorities to establish healthy public spaces, often by taking space away from car infrastructure.

The SUSTRAN Network (Sustainable Transport Action Network for Asia and the Pacific)
People-centered, equitable and sustainable transport, with a focus on Asia and the Pacific.

Victoria Transport Policy Institute
Free reports and research available on their website. Links to just about every organisation on the planet working on transport issues.

World Transport Policy and Practice Journal
Quarterly academic journal specialising in innovative sustainable transport research worldwide.


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