Walk21 Seoul is excited to announce our main themes! We will share how investment in better walking is delivering on national and city priorities; the role of urban regeneration and design to encourage and support walking; and discuss the walkable city of the future in three themes with ten sub-theme topic areas. To find out more details, please click the following themes.
The Impact of
National and City
The economic, the social, as well as the environmental impact of a Walkable City.
Vision and outcomes of walking policy. The design of spaces and places for people on foot. The integration of walking with public transport in the mobility system. The promotion of walking net-works and campaigns.
The Walkable City
of the Future
Making a Walkable city and how technology can support walking.
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Seoul to implement record number of transport projects in 2020
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Seoullo skywalk to be connected with Seoul Station
A new bridge linking Seoullo 7017 and Seoul Station will be completed by the end of next year, the city government said, Monday. The new structure will allow people to move from the overpass-turned-skywalk to the station without having to come down from the skywalk and cross the road.More Detail
Seoul to expand pedestrian spaces on Sejong-daero, Euljiro
At least two of the lanes on Sejong-daero and Euljiro, respectively, will be made into pedestrian footpaths, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced Wednesday. According to a blueprint for road reorganization it released, the lanes on the two main streets will be turned into footpathsMore Detail