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Mr Tomohito Nakai - Osaka City University

Comparative Analysis of Pedestrian traffic volume and Quality of Street Space around Large Railway Stations Using Mobile Probe Data

Mr Patricio Ruiz - Céntrico

The fresh streets of Sinaloa. Made for walking safely.

Ms Denise Croke - Health Service Executive

Spring in Your Step : Turning Kildare parkrun green for positive ageing walk

MS Frejya Perez - SNAILSTEP

Snailstep: Snailstep: mobile app, for cities with healthy DNA

Mrs Ana Paula Hoppe Bonini - Municipality of Porto Alegre/Municipal Department of Urban Mobility

JOÃO ALFREDO: from a street to a shared space for all

Mrs Mariana Reyes - IRT SystemX and LGI, CentraleSupélec

The challenges of appraising walking in Mobility as a Service: Exploring MaaS solutions in the Paris region case

Mrs Lieve Snoeckx - Voetgangersbeweging vzw

Schoolenvironment 2.0

Mr Sepa Sama - PhD candidate on walking

Notes on Walking: Dandelion has no Field

Mrs Lenka Paszová - University of Ostrava

Making the walkable high streets: a planning support tool for Czech cities

Mrs Vanessa Oliviera - Americana of Ostrava

“Praia dos Namorados” Lakefront Revitalisation Project

Ms Leticia Costa - Universidade de Fortaleza

Analysis of Accessibility and Walkability to the main Public Facilities in the City of Fortaleza/CE - Brazil

Ms Sarah O'Donnell - Transport Infrastructure Ireland

Luas Finglas

Ms Anne Faure - Place aux Piétons

“Make Way for Pedestrians” – Some news of France

Ms Chantelle Smith - National Council for the Blind Ireland

The Wayfinding Centre: What if people with a disability led public transport design?

Prof Nagahiro Yoshida - Osaka City University

Visualization of Pedestrian Traffic Flow under Crowded Conditions on Urban Streets by Using Mobile Probe Data

Dr Yaov Lerman - Planet Urban Consultancy

Collecting and Modelling Pedestrian Movement Volume for City Planning

Ms Lobna Golal - Dept of Architecture - Faculty of Engineering-Cairo University

Walkability as a potential for empowering women

Prof Julio Cesar de Loureiro - Unigranrio/Afya; Unyleya; SENAC/Fatec

Small volume deliveries by foot and bicycle.

Ms Silja Baumann - Dept of Geography, University of Innsbruck, Austria

The 15-minute city concept - How can Innsbruck realise this goal?

Mrs Laura Nagels - Trage Wegen vzw

The shortcut-map: an instrument for developing walkable neighbourhoods

Dr Marc Harris - Intelligent Health

A gamification-based intervention to encourage active travel

Dr Noel Doyle - Leave No Trace Ireland

Private Landowners Training Programme in the Killarney National Park Biosphere Reserve

Mr Mustafa Tektek - Pedestrians’ Association – Yaya Derneği

Tactical Urbanism Workshop for Pedestrians as a Part of Good Design Izmir6

Mrs Mojca Balant - Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

Neighbourhood street redesign in small Slovenian town boosts walking

Dr Geert van Waeg - International Federation of Pedestrians

An affordable, dedicated automated sidewalk scanner

Prof Deirdre Hurley - Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Do people with lower back pain meet the physical activity guidelines?: data from three walking trials

Dr Damon Berry - TU Dublin

A study of pedestrian activity in a newly developed public space

Mrs Joanne Burke - Nordic Fitness Ireland

The Benefits of Nordic Walking for Women Over 50 & People with Long Term Health Problems

Mr Tom Ryan - TU Dublin

Take Fli8ht - Disembark with confidence

Ms Elin Lundmark - Académie Des experts en Mobilités Actives (ADMA)

« Ville et marche au quotidien » a collaborative event devoted to everyday walking

Mr Robert Dowds - Keep Ireland Open

Keep Ireland Open

Mr Renato Barandier - Niterói City Hall

Marqêus do Paraná

Ms Boopsie Maran - Places for Good

Come Walk With Me: Year 6 School Student Brings Us Along On Her Daily Journey To School

Mrs Bernardita Calinao - WALKSPAN

Location as a Service (LaaS): a neighborhood intelligence platform that facilitates the search for walkable neighborhoods

Mr Jorge Canez - Peatontio

Peatonito, the pedestrian superhero, fighting for safe streets in the US

Ms Kathleen Jacobi - Transport Infrastrcuture Ireland

Mulranny Village Transformation

Mr Abiyyi Yahya Hakim - Pedestrian Jogja

Pedestrians Matter as They’re Diverse

Ms Cintia Bartz - Municipality of Teresina

Dirceu Community Vegetable Gardens Linear Park in Teresina-Piauí, Brazil

Mr Miguel A Toscano - Refleacciona

Calles + Seguras (Safer Streets), Sinaloa, Mexico

Ms Róisín Barton-Murray - Transport Ireland Infrastucture

eFlow Saffron Science Competition

Ms Maxine Ketele - Infopunt Publieke Ruimte

Pedestrians within and towards mobility hubs

Ms Beatriz Rodrigues Andrade - Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety

Interim street transformation and speed reduction strategies in the downtown corridor Rua da Palma, Recife-Brazil

Mr Ahlam Al Anbouri - TU Dublin

A study of pedestrian activity in a newly developed public space