Walking is the world’s most common form of transport. And a new study has now quantified which of the globe’s metropolises are the easiest to navigate by foot. Paris features in two of the top five lists in Pedestrians First, a report from the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP). Walkability is assessed by analyzing factors such as how close key services like education and healthcare are to where people live, and how much car-free space there is. Applying these criteria enabled the Pedestrians First team to establish which cities are currently the most walkable on the planet.
+INFO: World Economic Forum