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Title Post date What Where Attached files
Safety education of pedestrians for injury prevention 13 Jun 2006
Promoting walking and cycling as an alternative to using cars 13 Jun 2006
Walking to school just got way cool 13 Jun 2006
Walking maps tool box minor literature review 13 Jun 2006
Geographies of inequality: child pedestrian injury etc 13 Jun 2006
Widening the lens on child health 13 Jun 2006
Promoting physical activity: a step-by-step guide to communitywide behavior change 13 Jun 2006
The Kids Walk-to-School Brochure 13 Jun 2006
Kids Walk-to-School: A Guide to Promote Walking to School 13 Jun 2006
Walk to School Programs 13 Jun 2006
Walk & Bicycling to School: Train the Trainer 13 Jun 2006
Walking and Bicycling to School: Community Presentation 13 Jun 2006
Michigan County uses internet to encourage fitness 12 Jun 2006
Obesity relationships with community design, physical activity and time spent in cars 12 Jun 2006
Promoting and protecting the health of children and young people 12 Jun 2006
Battling America's epidemic of physical inactivity: building more walkable, liveable communities 12 Jun 2006
The walking challenge (stretches and exercises to improve walking stance) 12 Jun 2006
Reliability and validity of two instruments designed etc 12 Jun 2006
Walking and bicycling: an evaluation of environmental audit instruments 12 Jun 2006
Proportion of trips made by walking 12 Jun 2006
Promoting physical activity among sedentary women using pedometers 12 Jun 2006 walking 12 Jun 2006
A community based approach to promoting walking in rural areas 12 Jun 2006
Walk this way (US events for health promotion) 12 Jun 2006
When worlds collide: the study of walking 12 Jun 2006

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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.

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