Determining the minimum thresholds for walkable cities 

 This study estimated the associations of urban design and transport features with two walking outcomes:

1. At least 80% probability of engaging in any walking for transport
2. Meeting WHO physical activity guidelines (≥150min/week physical activity) via walking

By gathering this information, the paper identifies the minimum thresholds for population density, street intersections, and public transport stops for walkable cities.  


Image 1: Visual representations of the study’s findings.

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