March 28, 2018

[WEBINAR] Pedestrians First: Tools For a Walkable City

Webinar Video


Webinar Presentation

Pedestrians First Presentation Slides


About the Webinar

This webinar highlighted Pedestrians First, ITDP’s newest tool for measuring walkability. The tool, which draws on the expertise from our field staff around the world, measures walkability at three scales and can be used in any city in the world. Since walking is a part of almost every trip made, it is necessary to understand how to make our cities more walkable. This webinar featured an overview of the tool, some examples of its indicators in action, and time for questions.


About the Presenter

Joe Chestnut | Transport Research Associate, ITDP
Joe Chestnut works on implementing indicators to analyze organizational impact, urban growth, and walkability. Prior to his work at ITDP Joe was a research intern at The Brookings Institution in their Metropolitan Policy Program. He has a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and Geography from The George Washington University and a master’s degree in Geography, also from The George Washington University.



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