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More walking needed for the Government Policy Statement on Transport

: 31 Mar 2017

Living Streets Aotearoa submission on the Government Policy Statement on Transport asks for some significant changes to the Policy that determines the funding for the New Zealand land transport system. The proposed GPS continues years of non-funding for walking and pedestrian activity with a heavy bias towards state highway funding. Our submission recommends the focus for the New Zealand transport system must be people-centred to support a healthy life and sustainable activity for all.

eBulletin March 2017

: 10 Mar 2017

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Ministry Of Transport Pedestrian Blind Spot Costs Lives

: 6 Jan 2017

Ministry Of Transport Pedestrian Blind Spot Costs Lives

Monday, 2 January 2017, 2:47 pm
Article: Lynley Hood

Dr Lynley Hood MSc LittD
Walking is one of the safest modes of travel available.”
NZ Ministry of Transport, Pedestrian Crash Facts, 2016

If any question why we died
Tell them, because our fathers lied.”
Rudyard Kipling, Epitaphs of War, 1922

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Value of footpaths in New Zealand survey

: 4 Nov 2016

Hi all, we are researching the value of footpaths in New Zealand, on behalf of the Road Controlling Authorities' Forum.
This survey is about how people use and value footpaths in New Zealand.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Footpaths

Please circulate the survey as widely as you are able, including to your friends, families, colleagues and any other groups you might be part of.

Press Release, Clendon Petition on Footpath Cycling

: 29 Oct 2016

Press release, immediate                 

This week, Parliament’s Transport and Industrial Relations Select Committee will hear submissions on Jo Clendons petition asking for children up to 14 and accompanying adults to be allowed to cycle on footpaths.