How Healthy Is Your Street?
WeRide joins the Heart Foundation in presenting global expert Lucy Saunders to present 3 public sessions in Sydney this November
How healthy is your street?
Healthy Streets are streets where everyone is welcome to safely walk, cycle, drive, connect, play, explore and relax. No matter where we live, it’s important for everyone in our community to access and enjoy our streets and get where they need to go safely. There is a lot of evidence that shows our environment influences our health in many ways.
For instance, people walk more and are healthier when they live in neighbourhoods with well-connected footpaths and less traffic. Streets that have enough shade and space for people to walk and cycle make it easy and enjoyable to actively get around.
Our neighbourhood streets and spaces also affect how we feel. Parks, shops and restaurants that can be used by people of all ages and abilities enhance the liveability of a street. Living close to trees, parks and public spaces allows us to enjoy nature, play sport, connect with friends and family, and have better mental health.
Streets have been changed like this in London through the Healthy Streets approach. Join us for an interactive community workshop with Lucy Saunders, founder of Healthy Streets and find out what you can do to make your streets healthier places to live, work and play.
Join us for these events:
Parramatta Evening Talk
23 November | 6-7pm
Main Auditorium Parramatta Square Business & Events Centre
Level P2 of 4 Parramatta Square, 12 Darcy Street, Parramatta
Parramatta NSW 2150
Click here to register for Parramatta event
Ingleburn Healthy Streets workshop
26 November | 9:30am-11:30am
Greg Percival Community Centre, Main Hall
Cnr Oxford Rd and Cumberland Rd,
Click here to register for Ingleburn event
Randwick Healthy Streets workshop
26 November | 2:00pm-4:00pm
Royal Randwick Racecourse
Alison Rd, Randwick NSW
Click here to register for the Randwick event*
* Please note, registration to the Randwick event provides free entry to the Micromobility Expo – normally a $20 charge.