Press Releases

Please find attached press releases.

PDF icon Raised pedestrian crossings make the streets safer for everyone, 30 April 2024.pdf105.57 KB
PDF icon Walk2Work Day 2024 77.03 KB
PDF icon Media release - The evidence supports investment in walking.pdf132.3 KB
PDF icon NZ Walking Summit success75.73 KB
PDF icon Aucklands Walking and Cycling Bridge75.49 KB
PDF icon Lower speeds needed - Road Safety Week May 202174.96 KB
PDF icon Keep Footpaths for Feet and Mobility Devices64.08 KB
PDF icon Climate Change Commission reaction70.07 KB
PDF icon Select Committee to hear about petition to get e-scooters off footpaths and keep pedestrians safe82.86 KB
PDF icon Winners of the 2020 NZ Walking Awards152.8 KB
PDF icon Walking Awards 2020 the Finalists announced163.67 KB
PDF icon Generation Zero supports Footpaths for Feet May 7 2020241.31 KB
PDF icon Government wants to change all footpaths into shared paths. Letting bikes, ebikes and small electric vehicles on footpaths.79.3 KB
PDF icon Wider footpaths a big step forward April 202024.48 KB
PDF icon Accessible Streets a bad move Mar 202059.83 KB
PDF icon ITF suggested rules for micro mobility things Mar 2020119.92 KB
PDF icon Petition to get e-scooters off footpaths and keep pedestrians safe to be presented to Parliament Dec 201963.99 KB
PDF icon Safer Speeds for Walking to School Nov 2019668.04 KB
PDF icon More eScooters for Auckland Nov 201977.45 KB
PDF icon Footpaths for Feet coalition. Stop electric powered things on paths188.06 KB
PDF icon Coroner wrong in Walk to School findings61.23 KB
PDF icon Safer Footpaths and Communities81.64 KB
PDF icon Building better communities in New Zealand7.2 KB
PDF icon Turning the Tide toward more Active transport22.89 KB
PDF icon Walk2work 2019 Wairarapa.pdf67.26 KB
PDF icon 20181206 Lower Speeds supported by LSA59.84 KB
PDF icon 20181016 escooters Media release.pdf62.91 KB
PDF icon 181113 Media release re AT announcement of lower speeds.pdf70.98 KB
PDF icon Advertising Standards decision on Police video342.39 KB
PDF icon Police video uses vehicles parked on footpaths63.35 KB
PDF icon New Government Minister's Congratulations.24.13 KB
PDF icon Joe CLendon Petition Oct 2016.pdf65.44 KB
PDF icon Level crossings safety Oct 2016.pdf69.42 KB

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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