Walkability Archive

Reports, case studies, surveys and more

Livable Communities

Sidewalks, crosswalks and other walkability features help make a community a great for people of all ages. — Getty Images

A street that's made safer for an older adult to cross is also safer for a child, a parent pushing a stroller, a bicyclist, a jogger. In other words, a walkable community benefits everyone.

The information in this archive is presented in reverse chronological order by the source material's publication or release date and includes reports, case studies, tool kits and more. (Also see our Complete Streets archive.)

If you have suggestions for resources to add to this collection, let us know by emailing livable@aarp.org.

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