International charter for walking
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The International charter for walking is an initiative undertaken by 'Walk21' to encourage walking in urban areas for benefits to health, the environment and the economy.
- The government of the Australian Capital Territory is a signatory to the charter.
- The Mayor of Stuttgart signed the charter on July 20, 2011.
- Geelong, Victoria signed the charter on August 9, 2011.
- The Mayor of Ottawa, Canada signed the charter. November 9, 2011
Walk21 conference venues
- 2012 - Mexico City
- 2011 - Vancouver
- 2010 - The Hague
- 2009 - New York City
- 2008 - Barcelona
- 2007 - Toronto
- 2006 - Melbourne
- 2005 - Zurich
- 2004 - Copenhagen
- 2003 - Portland, Oregon
- 2002 - San Sebastián, Spain
- 2001 - Perth, Western Australia
- 2000 - London
- Bicycle-friendly communities in America
- Cycling infrastructure
- New pedestrianism
- New Urbanism
- Public transport
- Shared space