Developing a walking map

A Newtown and Berhampore case study
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The Newtown & Berhampore Walking Map project, sponsored by the Health Sponsorship Council and carried out by Living Streets Aotearoa, was designed to explore both these as a pilot project to produce a community walking map, and to develop a Walking Map Toolbox for communites to use. At the same time, a similar exercise was being carried out for school walking maps by Educating NZ, who produced both the community and the school Tool Boxes. The map was designed by the Geo-graphics Unit of the School of Geography and Environbmental Science at the University of Auckland, and was launched officially on 30 October.
Mike Mellor
Living Streets Aotearoa
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