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Footpaths R 4 people

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The Footpaths R 4 People project was a direct result of customer complaints to the Royal NZ Foundationn of the Blind and the Auckland city council call centre.
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Keeping them safe (WSB presentation)

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Safety is a priority when establishing WSBs therefore all routes undergo a safety audit which involves a Road Safety Co-ordinator, an Engineer and in North Shore City we also have Police Education Officer involvement.
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Walking initiatives including the WSB

Every morning over 250,000 children travel to Auckland schools and half of these trips are made by car.
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Creating an Active Friendly Environment - North Shore City (SPARC)

North Shore City Council, Harbour Sport and the Auckland University of Technology have begun researching how to create 'active-friendly' local communities that will encourage physical activity.
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Waitakere school travel plan programme

Making school journeys active, social, safe, and sustainable Several schools in Waitakere are already involved in school travel planning and have been instrumental in the development of the regional programme.
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Waitakere City Council
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Road safety (Rodney district)

Contains information on the community roadwatch and walking school buses programmes.
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Rodney District Council
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Neat Street Awards (Papakura)

The Neat Street Awards are an annual event held in conjunction with the Papakura Garden Competition. The community is encouraged to take pride in where they live, liaise with their neighbours and enter to win one of six \'Neat Street\' signs which is attached to the lamppost at the beginning of the street.
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School travel plans (North Shore)

In partnership with schools, North Shore City Council have developed travel plans at three schools - Vauxhall, Browns Bay and Bayswater. The plans are aimed at encouraging more walking, cycling and car pooling.
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