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Living Streets submission to Wellington Regional Land Transport Plan

Here is the Living Streets Aotearoa submission for the draft Wellington Regional Land Transport Plan 2015.

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Here is the Living Streets Aotearoa submission for the draft Wellington Regional Land Transport Plan 2015.

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Review of Lynn Sloman's book: Car Sick

Car sick

By Lynn Sloman

Green books ltd, UK, 2006

This book is pretty in depth so would be best for someone with some experience in pedestrian and transport related issues. If you live in Christchurch it is available from the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology library.

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Walk2Work - home page

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Walk2Work Day 14 March 2018 

Wednesday 14 March 2018 is our national day for walking.

Walking is part of every journey.

- visit the FaceBookfor more details and keep up to date

- check your local council website for details

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Walk2Work Day Wednesday 8 March 2017 is good for your health, and the health of our planet. Walk and catch a bus or train to your daily activity and win health benefits - walking is part of every journey.

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Does the Built Environment Influence Physical Activity?

Examining the evidence This report • Reviews the broad trends affecting the relationships among physical activity, health, transportation, and land use; • Summarizes what is known about these relationships and what they suggest for future policy decisions at all levels of government; and • Identifies priorities for future research.

Riding, walking to work builds fitness into day

ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- Lois Fletcher started taking the subway to work nine months ago to save money. It turned out to be an excellent way for her to lose weight -- more than 30 pounds to be exact. Five mornings a week, the 53-year-old mother of three boards a commuter train in suburban Atlanta, Georgia, and heads downtown.
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