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Tous à pied

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    What we do

    Tous à Pied is a NGO based in Namur (Belgium) that works in Wallonia and Brussels. Our team is highly motivated and convinced that walking is one of the solutions for a more pleasant and secure future. The work of Tous à Pied is pragmatic, constructive, positive, apolitical, and multi and intergenerational. We ensure concerted and law-abiding solutions for everyone. To do this, we work with politicians, administrations, citizens…

    In everything we do, we change the status quo. We think differently. We put walking and the pedestrian at the center, at the starting point of reflection.

    Our Mission and Vision

    As there are cyclist associations, Tous à Pied is the voice of pedestrians in Wallonia and Brussels. The action of Tous à Pied is intended to be pragmatic, constructive, positive, independent, multi- and intergenerational. We ensure concerted solutions that respect the legislation for everyone.

    Our mission

    We are all pedestrians, every day: to take the bus, the train, go to the bakery, to school, take a walk, be in contact with nature…  

    We are also all different: we all have different needs depending on our age, our gender, the time of day we travel, etc.

    So that all your journeys on foot can be made efficiently, safely and comfortably, Tous à Pied works to develop the culture of utilitarian and leisure walking throughout the French Community. The Tous à Pied team also fights for the preservation of small public roads and all the interests they represent, particularly in terms of biodiversity. Walking in a green and varied environment makes the experience more attractive and enriching. Trails, paths, dead ends, alleys, sidewalks, alleys are full of biodiversity and play an important role as refuge environments and ecological corridors.

    We want the physical, social and institutional obstacles that limit the practice of walking to be reduced. We want more people choosing walking as their means of transportation.