Definition of walkability in English:

walkability

Pronunciation /ˌwôkəˈbilədē/

noun

See walkable

‘Vast developments have been built during the past thirty years that offer little in the way of walkability.’
  • ‘The planners are also interested in maximizing the use of renewable energy in new housing developments and in improving walkability.’
  • ‘The defining quality they are looking for is 'walkability' - they want a place where they don't have to get into a car to do everything."’
  • ‘Since 2001 we've asked panelists to judge the "walkability" of a course in terms of terrain and distance between hole.’
  • ‘In my ongoing house search, walkability to recreation and transit is going to be key.’