The number of people walking or cycling to work in Wales has fallen despite a Welsh Government act to encourage it, according to an Assembly Committee.
The Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee criticised progress on the Active Travel Act which is aimed at encouraging people to cycle and walk more. It blamed the poor outcomes on a lack of funding and a lack of leadership.
The committee called on the Welsh Government to be clearer with councils on how they expect the act to be put into action.
Despite a recent announcement that £60m will be spent on Active Travel over the next three years, the committee also urged the Welsh Government to spend more.
Chair of the committee, Russell George AM said limited progress had been made.
The Welsh Government said it will consider the committee's recommendations.