2010 March


From the blog

Mission Explore

We've featured the work of Daniel Raven-Ellison in the past. We're pleased to publicise his latest project Mission:Explore.  In their own words: IT’S TIME TO EXPLORE! 102 missions that challenge kids to (re)discover our world. Kids of any age can […]

Guardian survey button

Like it or loathe it, the ads on walkit.com are part and parcel of what keeps us going. We try and keep the most egregious examples (teeth whitening etc.) off the site, though I'm afraid we probably don't always succeed. […]

Walk to Work Week 2010

Living Streets' Walk to Work Week (26-30 April) is coming up! If you want to organise something for your workplace you'll need to buy their resources by 19 March. There is everything from posters and leaflets to pedometers, footcare kits […]


Another long term request that we're pleased to have resolved! We now give you three printing options: Print map and written directions Print written directions Print map Just click on the little print icon above the map: With the first […]

Circular walks now live on walkit.com

In response to user feedback, we've now launched circular walks – a unique feature of walkit.com. So if you're looking to stretch your legs during your lunch hour, or maybe are planning a longer walking expedition for the weekend, you […]


Eye pod cast away?

3 March 2010 by martin 0 comments

Or eye pod download… (apologies…!)

DfT’s Sustainable Travel City project cancelled

The DfT has confirmed to us that they've cancelled their £29 million Sustainable Travel City (STC) demonstration project. Things had gone ominously quiet for a project that was first announced back on May 13 – and surprise, surprise, 10 months […]

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