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Title Post date What Where Attached files
eBulletin May 2015 16 May 2015
Walk 21 Vienna - Final calls for Walking Visionaries & Walking Stories blog 20 Apr 2015
Walk2Work Day 2016 11 Apr 2015
Walking research from NZTA 4 Apr 2015
Media Release 30 March 2014 - Coroner blames Pedestrian for her death? 31 Mar 2015
Wellington committee meeting - Living Streets Aotearoa 31 Mar 2015
Road stopping - a Wellington submission example and Environment Court decision 30 Mar 2015
Planning for walking PQ196 March 2015 30 Mar 2015
Living Streets Aotearoa executive committee meeting 13 Mar 2015
Study on a sample of Wellington walkways as published in the NZ Medical Journal. 13 Mar 2015
Walk2Work Day 2015 - Walking and public transport 13 Mar 2015
Get out on your feet next Wednesday 11 March Walk2Work Day 4 Mar 2015
Walk2Work Day 11 March 2015 Media release 4 Mar 2015
Living Streets submission to Wellington Regional Land Transport Plan 20 Feb 2015
Affordable housing needs walkable, compact and well-designed neighbourhoods 2 Feb 2015
Walk21 Vienna | Call for Abstracts 22 Jan 2015
Road users should drive, ride or walk carefully to avoid injury. There are three problems with this approach to road safety. 13 Jan 2015
Pedestrian Crash Facts 2014 2 Jan 2015
Media Release - Living Streets Aotearoa welcomes the final report of the Cycling Safety Panel 19 Dec 2014
20km/h SCHOOL BUS RULE IS A FARCE 3 Dec 2014
eBulletin December 2014 27 Nov 2014
You Are Here twice 26 Nov 2014
You Are Here wice 26 Nov 2014
Maps in Parks and Walkways 26 Nov 2014
Press Release - On World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, Sunday 16 November 2014. 24 Nov 2014

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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.

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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