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Title Post date What Where Attached files
Top QC takes e-scooter battle to government. Former High Court judge Sir David Williams 24 May 2020
Reply from Hon Julie Anne Genter, Associate Minister of Transport 14 May 2020
Why we need walk bike separation, not sharing - a video 7 May 2020
Covid-19 resources #1 5 May 2020
Wellington Living Streets Accessible Streets quick guide 28 Apr 2020
Bouff a crash story - when we don't return home safely from a walk 27 Apr 2020
Blog 2 Dot Dalziell - What does #WalkingFromHome mean to me? 22 Apr 2020
Blog 1 - What does #WalkingFromHome mean to you? 20 Apr 2020
Submission due - Accessible Streets rules changes 19 Apr 2020
Call to Action on the Accessible Streets package 13 Apr 2020
Managing the Uncertainty of the COVID-19 Outbreak through Walking 27 Mar 2020
LSA eBulletin March 2020 21 Mar 2020
Accessible Streets package not good for walkers 9 Mar 2020
International Transport Forum on e- scooters and other micro-vehicles 9 Mar 2020
What Lower Hutt is doing for walking 15 Jan 2020
Golden Gate Bridge Pedestrian day certificate 21 Dec 2019
2019 exec walking on crossing Wellington 18 Dec 2019
Footpaths for Feet petition presentations 17 Dec 2019
Why Victoria Walks thinks eScooter don't belong on the Footpath 17 Dec 2019
WALK21 2019, Celia's story 13 Dec 2019
Safer Speeds to Walk to School - Living Streets Aotearoa strongly endorses the Government’s commitment 28 Nov 2019
A letter to all elected local government representatives. 25 Nov 2019
eScooters not welcome on our footpaths 25 Nov 2019
Petition to keep pedestrians safe launched by national coalition 31 Oct 2019
Coroner wrong in Walk to School decision 31 Jul 2019

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