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Walking as an active mode of transportation or leisure activity has many benefits, not only for the individual who walks but also for society at large. However, due to a lack of personal protection and/or suitable infrastructure, pedestrians are vulnerable on the road. This section provides access to TIRF’s research on this topic.

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