Walkability is the subject of an unprecedented multidisciplinary organizational effort, as it affects urban quality and health. Metropolitan cities with SUMPs also intend to improve and promote walkability according to the theoretical approach of the "Walkable City", based on continuity, balance, safety, comfort, accessibility, efficiency and attractiveness of places. With the SUMP, metropolitan cities must also govern the daily flows of city users, 'consumers' of cities, a consequence of economic and socio-cultural dynamics.How and in which communities do SUMPs act? Can the “Walkable City” answer the growing demand for urban mobility? These are the questions that guided the paper.
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