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Title Post date What Where Attached files
Social capital and the built environment 15 Jun 2006
Submission on Wellington City Council parking policy 2007 26 Jun 2006
LSA submission on Draft Land Transport Rule Vehicle Exhaust Emissions 26 Jun 2006
Submission on Christchurch Long Term Community Plan Submission 2006 30 Jun 2006
GWRC 10 year plan submission 2006 1 Jul 2006
Walking Map Toolbox 1 Jul 2006
WCC Trading in public places submission 2006 1 Jul 2006
Wellington RLTS 2007-2016 final submission 2006 1 Jul 2006
Wellington CC LTCCP submission 2006 1 Jul 2006
WCC Footpath Management Submission 2006 1 Jul 2006
Christchurch to Little River cycleway/walkway proposal 5 Jul 2006
10,000 steps Northland (evaluation report) 6 Jul 2006
Pedestrian Audit of Public Transport Facilities 19 Jul 2006
Active commuting to school among NSW primary school children: implications for public health 20 Jul 2006
Personal, family, social, and environmental correlates of active commuting to school 20 Jul 2006
Omission of active commuting to school and the prevalence of childrens health-related physical activ 20 Jul 2006
Active commuting to school: an overlooked source of childrens physical activity 20 Jul 2006
Active commuting to and from school and BMI in elementary school children etc (abstract) 20 Jul 2006
Free ranging our children: Reversing the tide of children being driven to school 20 Jul 2006
Examining the Emperor 21 Jul 2006
Pedestrian exposure to air pollution along a major road etc 21 Jul 2006
Briefing: walking and cycling: an action plan (UK) 21 Jul 2006
Pounding the pavement (Oklahoma) 21 Jul 2006
Pedestrian excitation of bridges 21 Jul 2006
When sneakers put you at risk 21 Jul 2006

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