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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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Activity friendly environments - complete resources (SPARC)

This Activity Friendly Environment resource relates to daily life physical activity, whilst acknowledging that discretionary physical activity is just as important.
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Survey sets out to discover barriers to active lifestyles (North Shore)

This media release publicises research aimed at discovering how to encourage more North Shore City residents to lead active lives, with a telephone survey and on-site interviews at a range of city facilities.
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Walking maps tool box minor literature review

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A small literature review on providing people information in the form of a map to help reduce barriers to walking
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Health Sponsorship Council
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