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Walkers welcome significant investment in safe and sustainable transport: 30 Jun 2018
Walking advocates say the new transport budget is good news for safer roads and footpaths.
Success at the Golden Foot Walking Awards: 30 Jun 2018
Samoan family walking clubs, a radical solution to a dangerous intersection and a hunt for the Gruffalo are among the winners of this year’s Golden Foot Awards.
The biennial awards ceremony is held by Living Streets Aotearoa to celebrate projects that help to promote walking - in cities, in the country and every day.
The six winners were presented with their award by Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter in a celebration at Parliament in Wellington. They were:
Education Gazette ISSUE: VOLUME 97, NUMBER 10: 28 Jun 2018
Living Streets Aotearoa executive committee member and former Wellington mayor Celia Wade-Brown says while some ideas, such as the walking school bus, were implemented here because they were proven to be effective overseas, others are dependent on the local situation.
Government walks the talk in its new GPS: 4 Apr 2018
3 April 2018
Government walks the talk in its new GPS
Walking advocacy group Living Streets Aotearoa welcomes the Government’s new transport and funding priorities set out in the Government Policy Statement on Transport.
This Government has heard Living Streets Aotearoa by putting money where everybody’s shoes go. The funding burden for footpath maintenance will now be shared between local and central government under the local roads maintenance class. The walking and cycling activity class has seen a 248% increase which it desperately needed.
Wellington Tuesday lunchtime walks: 7 Mar 2018
Check out the new programme for 2018 lunchtime walks. Tuesday lunchtime walks start at Plimmer statue (man and dog) at the base of Plimmer Steps on Lambton Quay every Tuesday at 12.30pm.
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.