Latest issue of footprints

: 13 Mar 2011

Check out the latest issue of Footprints with interesting articles on:

  • the upcoming Walk2Work 2011 event on Wednesday Feb 16
  • `Greening the Rubble' on rebuilding and addressing walkability aafter the Sept 2010 earthquake
  • an interview with new mayor of Wellington, Celia Wade-Brown
  • and news from the regions

For back issues of Footprints, download the newsletters here.


Greening the Rubble - Christchurch

: 18 Dec 2010

The Greening the Rubble project, will be run under the umbrella of Living Streets Aotearoa with grant support from Christchurch City Council. It forms part of a wider initiative to find temporary uses for empty sites across Christchurch, following the damage caused by the Canterbury earthquake on 4 September 2010; collectively known as Make-SHIFT

Dunedin questionnaire for local body candidates

: 24 Sep 2010

Living Streets Dunedin and Spokes Dunedin sent out a questionnaire to candidates in the Local Body elections.Check out the Results of the Survey - the questions they asked and the responses from the candidates .  You might be able to fire some of the same questions at your local candidates!

The latest issue of Footprints is out!

: 31 Aug 2010

Read about the Walking Conference, Golden Foot Award winner and more. Go here to read it online.


Model communities funding announced today

: 25 Jun 2010

Napier Hastings and New Plymouth have been choosen from a short list as the two target Model Communities.

The two communities will receive $7.5 million for funding walking and cycling facilities to significantly enhance walking as a transport mode; creating healthy, safe, and economically robust communities.

Walk2work day a success

: 10 Mar 2010

Walk2Work 2010 saw thousands of people across New Zealand take to the streets, leave their cars at home and Walk2Work with friends, family and colleagues. Each event had its own local flair, with local sponsors supplying a complimentary breakfast snack or free coffee, as well as speakers and spot prizes. Walk2Work Day is part of a Living Streets campaign to get people walking more in their daily lives.


About Us

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.

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