Walking and cycling are critical modes of transport, providing a number of benefits to society. To effectively improve conditions for these modes, planners must understand the current conditions and challenges.
In this session, we explore a number of diagnosis tools applicable in cities around the world to help understand current conditions for walking and cycling, and how this information can be applied to planning efforts to improve these modes. We will use several case studies to illustrate how diagnosis can help lead to more effective plans and policies that are more widely supported by local residents and leaders. Key takeaways of the sessions include: