Report back from Walk21 International Walking Conference

Toronto 1st – 4th October 2007 The 8th annual Walk21 conference on walking and liveable communities was held in Toronto at the beginning of October 2007 with the theme “Putting Pedestrians First.” The conference attracted 400 delegates from 19 countries, including leaders from government, academia, private, not-for-profit and community sectors and advocacy groups.
Liz Thomas
Living Streets Aotearoa
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