Living Streets Aotearoa's survey of Wellington local-body election candidates found that most candidates support better walking facilities for Wellington residents and across the region.
Here is the Living Streets Aotearoa submission for the draft Wellington Regional Land Transport Plan 2015.
Living Streets Aotearoa ran a Walkability workshop on 6 April 2013 to train participants in the use of Community Street Reviews. The short route selected was close to the meeting venue and traversed a residential and commercial area. This group of pedestrian advocates quickly assessed the route and came up with a range of improvements that could be made to create a more walkable environment. Read the Community Street Review report here.
Walk to join us for free breakfast under the sails on Queens Wharf on Wednesday 13 March 2013 from 7am to 9am. Music, Mish fitness, Shoe Clinic, food, and good walking company all to celebrate pedestrians and the free, most sustainable, healthy and fun mode of transport - walking. Leave those wheels at home and walk or catch public transport/walk to Queens Wharf to join in the fun.
See attached poster
Living Streets Aotearoa is holding it's first meeting for 2012 to look at what the future holds for pedestrians and walkers. With many councils preparing their Long Term Plans, and, nearly a year on from the change to a purely volunteer organisation for Living Streets it is timely to discuss what we can look forward to and achieve in the future: what are our ambitions and goals, as individuals, in our organisation, and in our workplaces?
This is the Living Streets Wellington submission on the 2011 Greater Wellington Annual Plan
This is the Living Streets Wellington submission on the 2011 Greater Wellington Hutt Corridor Plan
This is the Living Streets Aoteroa Wellington groups submission on the 2011 Greater Wellington regional councils annual plan.
Living Streets Aotearoa is the New Zealand organisation for people on foot, promoting walking-friendly communities. We are a nationwide organisation with local branches and affiliates throughout New Zealand.
We want more people walking and enjoying public spaces be they young or old, fast or slow, whether walking, sitting, commuting, shopping, between appointments, or out on the streets for exercise, for leisure or for pleasure.