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Getting There - Strategic Implementation Plan

In February 2005 the Ministry of Transport released its strategy to advance walking and cycling in New Zealand Transport, Getting There - on foot, by cycle.
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Developing walking strategies (Environment Canterbury)

A resource booklet for principles and policies to support a greater use of walking within land transport systems Environme
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Cycleways, walkways and bridleways (Kapiti Coast)

An introductory page with contacts, information and links to maps and the strategy document.
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Kaipara district plan - transportation section

Section 9 Outlines objectives, specifications, issues etc relating to transport in the Kaipara district.
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Streetlighting policy (Hutt City)

States the council's policy that it adopts NZS 6701:1983 “Code of Practice for Road Lighting” as the standard for streetlighting levels in Lower Hutt City.
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Walkways policy (Hutt City)

Outlines the recommendations of the Walkways Review, which were adopted as the basis for the walkways policy and development, effective 1 September 1998.
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Pedestrian way policy (Hutt City)

pedestrian-way.pdf - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
States the council's policy that for fences on pedestrian way boundaries, authority be delegated to the Chief Executive to approve a Council contribution of up to 40% of the cost of the fence where, in his/her opinion, this results in a significant upg
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Hutt City pedestrian crossings policy

States Hutt City's policy on pedestrian crossings.
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