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Take part in our study on attitudes towards walkability in the UK

Help us understand views on pedestrian-friendly interventions such as low-traffic and 15-minute neighbourhoods in the UK.

About this study

The aim of this research is to explore attitudes towards walkability and on three types of pedestrian-friendly interventions in the UK.

Pedestrian-friendly interventions such as low-traffic neighbourhoods and 15-minute cities have been a controversial topics in the UK recently. However, similar schemes aimed at walkability have been successful elsewhere.

This study attempts to compare individual's attitudes towards various types of similar interventions. It aims to assess which strategies are most accepted, and uncover any demographic predictors of attitudes towards them.

If you would like to take part, you will be asked to complete an online questionnaire that assesses attitudes towards three types of pedestrian-friendly interventions.

Ethics number: 3913-4225

Take part in this study

The study will start on 16 April 2024 and end 17 May 2024.

Participant Eligibility

You can take part in this study if you are:

  • over 18 years old
  • currently living in the UK

What you'll do

Participants will be expected to complete an online questionnaire, this should take 10 to 15 minutes.

What you'll get

Participants will have the opportunity to enter a randomised raffle, where two participants will receive a £50 voucher.

Your data

All data is anonymised. The only identifiable data given is an email address (if entering the raffle), which is encrypted and separated from the rest of the data given.

Participate in this study

Complete our online questionnaire

Contact us

If you have questions about the study, please contact us.