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Walkability research is silent on the 'mobility apartheid' felt by many

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The idea of walkability is a simple concept most people get without much explanation. However, walkability research that promotes the benefits walkable neighbourhoods have on social, economic, health and environment bottom lines is incomplete. If you look closely you'll see that most research excludes people with health issues. The question is, are walkability metrics false proxies for people with disabilities. I think so...

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  • Yasha Wallin

    Super interesting ideas, but I couldn't seem to find anything specific through the link. Am I looking in the wrong place?