--5.04 Walking school buses - case studies

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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Walking school buses (Waitakere)

Information on the Waitakere walking school buses programme.
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Waitakere City Council
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Walking school buses family fun day (North Shore)

Information and photographs from this event.
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North Shore City Council
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Walking school bus route maps (North Shore)

This page links to route maps for each individual participating school in the North Shore programme.
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North Shore City Council
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Walking School Bus - road safety guidelines (North Shore)

Provides guidelines for the WSB programme and participants safety.
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North Shore City Council
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What is a walking school bus? (North Shore)

North Shore City has a large number of walking school buses operating all over the city that offer children a fun, social and healthy way to get to school.
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Walking school bus (Hamilton)

Information on Hamilton's walking school bus programme
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Hamilton City Council
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Walking school buses in the Auckland region - development and status in 2004

Report to the Auckland Regional Trans
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The health benefits to children of walking school buses in Auckland

A pilot study for the Auckland Regional Transport Authority Powerpoint presentation to ARTA Sustainable School Travel Symposium, February 2006.
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Walking towards sustainability (Auckland Region)

Walking school buses in the Auckland region, 2004 Powerpoint presentation to the Sustainable School Travel Symposium, Auckland, February 2006.
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