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Walk2Work Day 2016

Join us on Wednesday 9 March 2016 for our national day to celebrate walking. This year we will again focus on the close links between public transport and walking - they go together hand in hand. Walking is part of every journey.

Celebrate the great benefits of walking (or walking and catching public transport).

Christchurch

Wellington - try the new look Mason's Lane on your way along the Terrace or Lambton Quay. Join us for a chat at this newly refurbished Wellington shortcut from 8.30 on Wednesday 9 March. Wellington

Celebrate walking

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Romantic Toronto

Romantic Toronto - Web page
To coincide with the Walk21 Conference in Toronto in the first week in October, Rethinking Cities conducted a romantic 'walkshop' in which participants discovered what elements go to make places and walks romantic.
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The plight of the North American Bipeds (video)

Satirical clip on YouTube - pedestrians as endangered wildlife.
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Campaign to drive safety message home

Pedestrians and drivers are being asked to Stop Look Live as Wellington City Council launches a hard hitting pedestrian safety campaign.
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99% perspiration

Breeding a successful community walking for health initiative
99% perspiration - Document - Adobe PDF
Established in 1996, Salisbury’s Walking Forum and its Salisbury District Walking for Health project, is one of Britain’s longest running and most successful walking fo
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City on its Feet - Tauranga City Council (SPARC)

Tauranga City Council has received a three-year $430,000 investment from SPARC.
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Active Communities - project examples (SPARC)

SPARC is seeking an innovative suite of Active Communities projects which will promote active leisure, active transport and active living within New Zealand.
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Sport and Recreat
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Aspiring Trails trust and trust nominations (Queenstown)

The Aspiring Trails Group have decided to move to the next level by creating a trust.
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