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Planning for walking PQ196 March 2015

The attached is an article recently published in Planning Quarterly 196 March 2015 (without it's nice photos sorry) on Planning for walking - time to make strides in measuring performance. The article sets out and proposes a new approach to measuring walk performance in local authority plans to enable a more rapid change to walk mode share and improve walkability, by making walking more visible.

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Walking and cycling as strategy launched

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Efforts to encourage more New Zealanders to walk and cycle received a double boost today with the publication of the first national walking and cycling strategy and the announcement of $1.15 million for national walking and cycling initiatives in addition to that provided through the National Land Transport Fund (NLTF).

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Active communities applications guidelines (SPARC)

Active Communities investment is aimed at increasing participation in physical activity, at a local and regional level by investing in territorial authorities.
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SPARC boosts Active Communities investment to $7.1 million

News release Southland, Gisborne, Rodney, Wairarapa and Wellington are the latest regions to benefit from a $1.4 million investment from SPARC aimed at increasing the physical activity levels of New Zealanders.
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Land transport programme - part 4 (Ruapehu District Council)

This section contains the financial summary.
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Manukau City Council's Cycling and Walking Strategy 2005-2015

Manukau City Councils Cycling and Walking Strategy
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