2024 FACT SHEETSRegional fact sheets for Walking and Cycling in all 197 UNFCCC countries

Based on PATH’s 2023 UNFCCC report, these fact sheets feature a comprehensive set of infographics analysing Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), National Walking Policy (NWP), and National Cycling Policy (NCP) across six regions, detailing their objectives, actions, investments, and evaluations.

2024 TEMPLATEActive travel NDC template

PATH has developed this template to assist all national governments to be more ambitious and impactful for walking and cycling in their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC). This document provides a template for governments to use to guide and take action; from setting a vision through to the development of goals, objectives, actions and measures to achieve better active travel outcomes.

2023 REPORT / 2024 DASHBOARDNational Policies for Walking and Cycling in all 197 UNFCCC countries

Most Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) significantly undervalue the potential to enable more people to walk and cycle safely as a key solution to climate, health and equity challenges. This study analyses NDCs and other national walking and cycling policies and strategies in the 197 UNFCCC countries. The report includes the ‘PATH Active Travel NDC Template’ designed to help governments in developing more effective walking and cycling policies.

2023 REPORTNational Policies for Walking and Cycling in ITF Countries

More than four-fifths of ITF countries boast walking policies and 41% have a related strategy, while 45% have a cycling policy but just one in five have a cycling strategy in place says the report ‘National Policies for Walking and Cycling in ITF Countries.’ The report is the first ever combined report that analyses walking and cycling policies in the 64 ITF member countries.

2022 REPORTMake way for walking and cycling

A truly sustainable mobility paradigm must include a large share of walking and cycling. Enabling a significant share of urban trips to be walkable and cyclable will provide a quick, affordable and reliable way to significantly reduce transport emissions, traffic congestion and road casualties and at the same time deliver better public health, stronger economies and fairer societies.