Definition of walkable
: capable of or suitable for being walked a very walkable city a walkable distance
Recent Examples of walkable from the Web
The conclusion: residing in a more walkable area helped people take more steps.
By 2008, the plan called for razing four tumbledown apartment complexes in the city and building bigger, modern developments in line with the New Urbanism concept, featuring open, walkable green spaces and an array of amenities.
One chief goal, which dovetails with iQuilt's goal to make the city more walkable, is connecting the park to Hartford Hospital and beyond.
The complex today is now downtown Los Alamos, and encompasses 16 sites associated with atomic history, all within a walkable 1-mile radius.
This would be seamlessly integrated with local rail, bus and bicycle networks in each city, and supported by dense, walkable communities around the stations.
The plan is an update of the 2005 Seize the Future Master Plan to strengthen downtown Aurora's vitality and create a more livable, walkable downtown, city officials said.
The walkable city is filled with charm, great shopping, fine dining, water activities and breweries.
Escaya is designed to be a walkable community with a central park, and town center with a gym and coffee shops. •
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Definition of walkable for English Language Learners
: suitable for walking
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