|Authors:||Randi Hjorthol, Julie Runde Krogstad, Aud Tennøy|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-1435-5|
Older citizens in Kristiansand want better maintenance of pedestrian walkways in winter, dedicated walking and cycling paths in summer, reduced traffic volumes in the most frequently used pedestrian areas, lower speed limits in central areas, wider pavements, lowered kerbs, more seating places in the outdoor environment, and improved lighting and road-marking, especially at pedestrian crossings. These are the findings of a comprehensive study among citizens 67 years of age and older in Kristiansand, a city in the south of Norway. The results provide a knowledge base for development of a walking strategy to be directed by the municipality of Kristiansand.