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Title Post date What Where Attached files
School finds fun way to encourage safer and fitter students 21 Jul 2009
NZ Walking Conference 2008 - Visuals and Abstracts 5 Jul 2009
Trip chaining (understanding how New Zealanders link their travel) 20 Mar 2006
Relationship between design and predicted performance of New Zealand pavements 20 Mar 2006
Cambridge Park Walking Awards 09.jpg 1 Aug 2009
An innovative approach to maximising crosswalk safety 20 Mar 2006
Helping hands (information for parents on teaching road safety skills) 20 Mar 2006
Push play - diabetes and physical activity (SPARC pamphlet) 20 Mar 2006
Safe journeys to school (Nelson) 20 Mar 2006
Ara Harakeke: a shared path for cyclists and pedestrians (Porirua CC) 20 Mar 2006
Accident prediction models for signalised intersections 20 Mar 2006
National guidelines for crime prevention through environmental design in NZ. Part 1 20 Mar 2006
Children's freedoms and promoting the 'active city' in Auckland neighbourhoods 20 Mar 2006
Planning for pedestrians (Victoria DOI) 20 Mar 2006
Tuesday lunchtime civic walkers (Wellington) 20 Mar 2006
lyttelton 1.jpg 1 Aug 2009
Walking and cycling (literature review: education and promotion initiatives to improve road safety) 20 Mar 2006
Resources and information available for safer routes education and promotional activities 20 Mar 2006
Transport planners out of step on walking (newspaper opinion piece) 20 Mar 2006
Golden Foot Award.jpg 1 Aug 2009
Copyright and Disclaimer 22 Mar 2006
Welcome 22 Mar 2006
Devonport draft master plan 28 Mar 2006
Sustainable Wellington resource index 28 Mar 2006
Hanmer heritage forest trust 28 Mar 2006

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