The Share the Road Programme supports governments and other stakeholders in developing countries to move away from prioritizing the car-driving minority, towards investing in infrastructure for the majority: those who walk and cycle.
No matter where you live or how you travel, everyone begins and ends each trip as a pedestrian. In cities across the world, many people rely almost exclusively on walking and cycling to get where they need to go. But increasing the road space for cars continues to be a priority for investors and governments alike.
Our work includes developing relevant tools, providing in-country support, and advocating for non-motorized transport at the global level. All of our work falls under the global agenda on sustainable transport, particularly with regard to road safety, the environment and accessibility.