Walking audits are a good way to raise awareness of the importance of walking and to identify and solve specific problems in the pedestrian environment. On a walking audit, key stakeholders and personnel are led around a route on which issues confronting pedestrians and cyclists are highlighted by the group leader and participants. It also includes an opportunity to discuss the problems and potential solutions. After the route is completed, a debrief session is held to allow space for further and more in-depth discussion.
The Active Access project has produced guidance in eight different languages to help practitioners to undertake walking audits, considering everything that makes for a successful and productive process.
See below to download the document in all available languages. For more information, visit active-access-eu