The Movement to Make Every American Community Walkable – Project for Public Spaces

A report from the 2015 Walking Summit: “The movement is expanding from walking as a way to improve public health to walking as a human and civil right, a moral imperative. A community that is walkable for everyone means less disenfranchisement and more connection.”

Source: The Movement to Make Every American Community Walkable – Project for Public Spaces

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I like health but what I want to see is more walking with purpose. Walking around the same block every day gets boring. Walking to the store to buy food serves a purpose. Walking to work, or to the restaurant serves a purpose. I’d rather walk 20 minutes to the store than sit in a car 20 minutes driving to the store. Sitting in a car seems like time wasted.

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