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<P>This section covers events, organised activities and on-going programmes which promote walking, including:<ul><li>Case studies, reports etc on walking activity </li><li>Promotion of the walking habit by younger people</li><li>Walking School Buses, school access and Safe Routes to School</li><li>Walking and health activities for older people</li><li>Pamphlets and advertisements for programmes and activities</li></ul>
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The community road safety programme (LTNZ)

Information on the community road safety programme (CRSP) which was established in 1990 and funds initiatives to address local road safety issues throughout New Zealand.
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The walking community partnership programme (HSC)

The Walking Community Partnership Programme provides opportunities to help organisations plan, implement and evaluate events, promotions and programmes promoting walking as a transport option for short trips.
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Walking children home from school a ... injury prevention measure (ACC)

ACC Chief Executive Garry Wilson hopes that momentum from the 708 primary schools and their communities taking part in Friday’s Walk Me Home Day will spur caregivers to regularly walk their children home from school.
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Keeping it beautiful (Tasman)

Mudcakes and Roses Keep New Zealand Beautiful groups work alongside Council to keep our parks, reserves and walkways looking superb. The groups are currently operating with enthusiasm in Richmond, Motueka and Golden Bay tackling large and small projects that make a considerable difference to the spaces we live our lives in.
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Community and recreation (Tasman)

Tasman District Council employs a Community Recreation Adviser whose responsibilities and contact details are outlined.
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The Walking School Bus (Nelson)

Many school communities in Nelson have started their own Walking School Bus programs to encourage changing the way children get to school.
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Community road safety programme (Nelson)

Each year an educational road safety programme is developed to co-ordinate local community efforts.
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Road safety (Invercargill)

The Council's Traffic Management Officer, Parking Division, and Road Safety Southland work together to educate and reduce deaths and injuries in Invercargill City and the greater Southland area.
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About Us

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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