Auckland region

TOD not TAD - Creating Great Places for People in New Lynn

Abstract Remit

Increasingly, major sporting events are looking to walking as the main mode of access to venues and as a link to public transport. Good pedestrian planning can have a signficant impact on the success and public experience of a sporting event.

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Robert Lipka
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Waitakere City Council
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Tue p.m. early

Winner of the Golden Foot Award 2010: Best Walking Promotion

Cruise the Waterfront campaign

Cycle Aware Wellington

Wellington cyclists are cleaning up their act with a courtesy campaign aimed at reducing conflict with walkers and curbing bad biking behaviour on the waterfront. The campaign includes a printed courtesy code, events, a video, news releases, bell giveaways and a grand prize of a cruise to Kapiti island.

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Meeting Minutes 23 March 2010


Meeting Notes

23 March 2010


Present: Emma Frost (Ranui Action Project), Vincent Dickie (Living Streets Aotearoa – Auckland), Sandy Mills (WCC), Dot Dalziel (WCC), Robert Lipka (WCC)

Apologies: Kimberley Williams (RCH)

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Meeting Notes 8 February 2010


Meting Notes

8 February 2010


Present: Rochelle Young (Sport Waitakere – Active Waitakere), Jenny Tanner (Massey-Ranui Neighbourhood Back2Back Project), Richard Lee ((Sustainable Ranui-Swanson), Roi Stephens (Neighbourhood support), Emma Frost (Ranui Action Project), Leao Tildsley (McLaren Park &Henderson South Community Initiative)

Apologies: Tania Heke (MPHS)


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Submission on the Local Government (Auckland Law Reform) Bill


Submission from Living Streets Auckland

on the Local Government (Auckland Law Reform) Bill


Organisation:              Living Streets Auckland

Contact person:          Vincent Dickie

Address:                     PO Box 91 301, Auckland 1142                         

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Living Streets Aotearoa is the New Zealand organisation for people on foot, promoting walking-friendly communities. We are a nationwide organisation with local branches and affiliates throughout New Zealand.

We want more people walking and enjoying public spaces be they young or old, fast or slow, whether walking, sitting, commuting, shopping, between appointments, or out on the streets for exercise, for leisure or for pleasure.

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