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Walkability Archive

Articles, reports, case studies, surveys and more

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AARP Walk Audit Tool Kit (and Worksheets)

An all new edition of our popular self-service guide for how to assess and report on the safety and walkability of a street, intersection or neighborhood

How to Create Walkability Leaders

A partnership of AARP and America Walks, state-based "Walking Colleges" are building capacity to create more walkable, equitable communities. (See walking action plans for towns and cities in California, Georgia and South Dakota.)

The links on this page represent just some of what's available. 

Walkability content can also be found via the archives and landing pages for the AARP Community Challenge, the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities and AARP International's Equity by Design: Global Dialogue and Equity by Design: Principles in Action series.

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