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Title Post date What Where Attached files
The broader impact of walking to school among adolescents etc 27 Jul 2006
Making walking and cycling safer: lessons from the Netherlands and Germany 27 Jul 2006
Returning streets to the people 27 Jul 2006
Safer routes - an overview 27 Jul 2006
The health benefits to children of walking school buses in Auckland 27 Jul 2006
Making the journey to school healthier 27 Jul 2006
ARTA overview of the STP programme 27 Jul 2006
Early evaluation findings of the School Travel Plan programme 27 Jul 2006
WSB programme in the Auckland Region 27 Jul 2006
Sustainable transport programs - secondary schools and youth leaders workshop 27 Jul 2006
Working with youth on sustainable travel choices 27 Jul 2006
Walking school buses in the Auckland region - development and status in 2004 27 Jul 2006
The therapeutic value of children's everyday travel 27 Jul 2006
Regional Land Transport Strategy (Environment BOP) 28 Jul 2006
Papamoa Hills Cultural Heritage Regional Park (BOP) 28 Jul 2006
Regional Policy Statement: Implementing Smart Growth (Bay of Plenty) 28 Jul 2006
Regional land transport strategy (Waikato) 28 Jul 2006
Operative Waikato Regional Policy Statement (Coast: public access) 29 Jul 2006
Engineering standards and guidelines (Far North District Council) 29 Jul 2006
Kerikeri-Paihia track strategy (Far North DC) 29 Jul 2006
Cable Bay footbridge - the council\'s position (Far North DC) 29 Jul 2006
Council responds favourable to pedestrian and elderly concerns (Far North DC) 29 Jul 2006
10,000 Steps Northland (Far North DC) 29 Jul 2006
New Kawakawa 29 Jul 2006
Walkway work begins in Pukekohe 29 Jul 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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