Publication Type: Journal Article
Source: World Transport Policy and Practice, Volume 2001, Issue 1 (2001)
Walking and cycling are beginning to receive more attention in transport planning in Great Britain. But although they are generally described with similar attributes, they often receive differing treatment in the public and political arena. This article explores the main differences as well as similarities between the modes and explains why these should be seen as mutual strengths enabling them to grow together to each other's (and everyone else's) mutual benefit.