Living Streets survey identifies reasons why children don't walk to school

 2,000 British children aged 7-14 surveyed  

  • Over a third of children are scared of cars travelling too fast, with a fifth concerned about a lack of safe crossing points.
  • Over a third of girls were concerned about walking in the dark.
  • nearly one in five secondary school pupils worried about being bullied on the walk to school and 39% scared by the risk of ‘stranger danger’.

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