Among the concerns raised were that of cyclists going too fast and not always using a bell and dog walkers failing to control their dogs.
The First Minister has announced plans to deliver green travel links in an Aberdeen community.
A university is carrying out a survey into active travel in Aberdeen.
The way someone walks could be used to identify the specific type of dementia a patient has, researchers have revealed.
Staff at Cairngorms National Park are celebrating and promoting short local walks this week to encourage people to head out to the area to enjoy a stroll.
The first online map showing organised health walks in the city has been launched.
North-east residents have been challenged to get involved in an online walking challenge.
TV presenter Kate Humble has spoken of the uplifting benefits she has found from going out walking.
Members of the public are being encouraged to sign up to trek the length of the Great Wall of China – virtually.
A charity cycling and walking event is to return for its third year in a north-east village.
North-east local authorities have been awarded more than £390,000 in funding to improve travel links.
Inspirational messages have been found written along stones and left alongside a walking route in Aberdeen.
Residents of an Aberdeen community have joined forces with a charity to improve pedestrian safety in the area following the opening of the Diamond Bridge.
A “crucial” walking route has been cleared up after concerns were raised by local residents.
Walkers in the North-east are being urged to take "sensible precautions" before going walking in hills and mountains of the Highlands.
NHS Grampian is backing a new walking initiative in a bid to boost fitness across the region.
A mountaineering group has issued a warning to climbers and walkers to take care as winter weather brings snow and ice to the slopes.
Proposals to expand and improve cycle routes and walkways around the city have been announced.
An investment of £1.3 million in cycling and walking projects has been welcomed.
Part of a popular walking and cycle path could be blocked off for more than a year as part of work to create the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.