The Walkability Index (iCAM) is a set of indicators that assess urban space conditions and monitors the impact of actions aimed to improve the quality of public space, indicating the extent to which these actions favor walking or not. The iCAM intended to promote a new glance at the urban environment from the pedestrians' perspective. The development of iCAM took place within the framework of the Centro para Todos [Downtown For All] program, coordinated by the Rio Heritage of Humanity Institute (IRPH). A pilot application was carried out at Praça Tiradentes, central Rio de Janeiro, in 2016.
Development: ITDP Brasil
Partnership: Instituto Rio Patrimônio da Humanidade (IRPH)