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Title Post date What Where Attached files
Accessible Streets package not good for walkers 9 Mar 2020
LSA eBulletin March 2020 21 Mar 2020
Managing the Uncertainty of the COVID-19 Outbreak through Walking 27 Mar 2020
Call to Action on the Accessible Streets package 13 Apr 2020
Submission due - Accessible Streets rules changes 19 Apr 2020
Blog 1 - What does #WalkingFromHome mean to you? 20 Apr 2020
Blog 2 Dot Dalziell - What does #WalkingFromHome mean to me? 22 Apr 2020
Bouff a crash story - when we don't return home safely from a walk 27 Apr 2020
Wellington Living Streets Accessible Streets quick guide 28 Apr 2020
Covid-19 resources #1 5 May 2020
Why we need walk bike separation, not sharing - a video 7 May 2020
Reply from Hon Julie Anne Genter, Associate Minister of Transport 14 May 2020
Top QC takes e-scooter battle to government. Former High Court judge Sir David Williams 24 May 2020
Living Streets Aotearoa Walking Awards 2020 24 May 2020
Annual General Meeting 2020 25 May 2020
The winners of the Living Streets NZ Walking Awards June 2020 11 Jun 2020
eBulletin June 2020 24 Jun 2020
Footpaths4feet coalition spoke with the Transport and Infrastructure Select Committee 27 Jun 2020
Let's Get Wellington Moving Golden Mile options are looking up 28 Jun 2020
Episode 1 of Planning for Walking and Cycling in New Zealand, a serialisation of Roger Boulter's book 20 Jul 2020
Walk to Work day 5 Aug 2020
Episode 2 - The problem of wrong transport planning priorities 11 Aug 2020
Episode 3 - Walking: from jaywalking to Jan Gehl 28 Aug 2020
September 2020 eBulletin 12 Sep 2020
Episode 4 - New Zealand planning for walking and cycling – historical outline 22 Sep 2020

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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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