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dc.identifier.citationCañas Sanz, C. (2020). Walking Malta: #unsafe or #vibrant?. THINK Magazine, 31, 7.en_GB
dc.description.abstractHave you ever found yourself on a busy road framed between cacti and fast cars, because Google Maps thought it would be a good walking path for you? To avoid such situations, we need local research and solutions on Malta’s walkability issues. In 2013 I moved to Malta from Spain. Taking in the island’s small size, I wanted to try a car-free lifestyle. My experience walking in this heavily car-oriented country soon grew into a curiosity-driven research career on walkability. Nowadays, I am part of an initiative to place walking totems around the University of Malta — large poles with signs indicating how long it takes to walk to nearby localities. I hope this information will encourage others to walk.en_GB
dc.publisherUniversity of Maltaen_GB
dc.subjectWalking -- Maltaen_GB
dc.subjectHiking -- Maltaen_GB
dc.subjectMalta -- Geographyen_GB
dc.titleWalking Malta : #unsafe or #vibrant?en_GB
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dc.publication.titleTHINK Magazineen_GB
dc.contributor.creatorCañas Sanz, Carlos-
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Think Magazine, Issue 31
Think Magazine, Issue 31

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