--1.20 NZ regional walking strategies

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Auckland - City of cars (video)

Three-part YouTube video about Auckland's car-dependent transport system, the consequences - and what can be done about it.
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Link Mutukaroa Hamlins Hill Walk Way to Onehunga [Manukau ] Foreshore Walkway through Anns Creek

Submission presentation to ARC and community boards (1 page)
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Regional walking and cycling strategy (Tasman)

This document provides a framework for developing and implementing a range of cycling and walking related initiatives including cycle lanes, walking facilities, promotion and education.
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Regional physical activity strategy (Nelson)

Recently, the Regional Physical Activity Strategy was accepted as a community strategy by the Nelson City Council following public consultation.
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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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Operative Waikato Regional Policy Statement (Coast: public access)

Outlines significant resource management issues, objectives,policies and methods associated with public access to the coastline.
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Environment Waikato
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Regional land transport strategy (Waikato)

Introduces and links to the draft and current operative land transport strategies for the Waikato region.
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Environment Waikato
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Environm
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Regional Land Transport Strategy (Environment BOP)

The 2004 RLTS sets a strategic framework for transportation in the region.
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Bay of Plenty Regional Land Transport Strategy

The RLTS has a vision for “…an integrated, safe, sustainable land transport system that meets the current and developing needs of the people of a vibrant and growing region”.
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Auckland regional walking strategy

x28086_2.pdf - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
Being able to walk easily and comfortably is key to an urban area's efficient transportation. The creation of a walkable neighbourhood, one that is pleasant, safe and easy to walk in, provides the most affordable transportation system, any community can plan, construct, design and maintain.
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