Share the Road is a UN Environment Programme initiative, developed with the FIA Foundation for the Automobile and Society. It brings together the environment and safety agendas in the context of urban transport in the developing world where the majority, pedestrians and cyclists, are disadvantaged on the road. The overall goal is to catalyse government and donor policies for systematic investments in walking and cycling road infrastructure. Key achievements include the design and adoption of a national Non-Motorised Policy in Uganda, which recognizes the importance of walking and cycling in urban planning, the adoption of a new policy in Kenya in 2011 to integrate walking and cycling facilities on all new urban road projects, promotion of non-motorised policies through workshops in Uganda, Kenya, and Burundi and Uganda.