We advocate for a higher priority for pedestrian, cycling and other non-motorised transport options by:

  1. Engaging with local authorities: We voice support for infrastructure improvements that help and prioritise cyclists and pedestrians.

  2. Advocacy groups: We get involved or form groups that bring a collective voice to advocate for policies, funding and infrastructure changes that promote walking, running, cycling and other non-motorised options.

  3. Highlight economic benefits: We emphasise the long-term benefits to the community and country of lower healthcare costs, reduced roading maintenance and less pollution.

  4. Demonstrate successes: Showcase successful examples of cities or communities that have prioritised and invested in non-motorised transport options.

  5. Promote safety measures: We advocate for pedestrian and cycling safety measures that encourage people to take those transport options rather than drive.