As the District of Columbia’s new citywide pedestrian advocacy organization, we advocate for citywide solutions to make DC a place where walking is celebrated and respected as a basic human right.
Why walking? Everyone is a pedestrian at some point – whether while walking to the bus stop, to work, or from a parking spot to a store entrance.
Making our city safer for walking makes our city safer for everyone.
That’s why All Walks DC asked candidates for mayor, city councilor at-large, and attorney general to share their views on walking and pedestrian safety issues.
We hope you’ll join in engaging our elected officials to build a sense of urgency for a safer and more walkable DC. When making your decisions about who to support in the 2014 municipal elections, consider using the below scorecards as a reference. Volunteers with All Walks DC will be handing out these scorecards at Metro stops throughout the city over the coming week.
1. Mayoral Candidates
1. City Council At-Large Candidates
3. Attorney General Candidates