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Changing physical activity behaviour (SPARC)

Key lessons learned The purpose of this resource is to detail the key learnings to date from the regional and district physical activity strategic planning projects that ha
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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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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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Land Transport NZ research strategy 2006/7

PDF document. This strategy establishes the direction that Land Transport New Zealand’s research programme is headed for 2006-2007.
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Land transport research strategy - overview (LTNZ)

Web page. Land Transport NZ commissions innovative research which contributes towards making New Zealand's land transport system more integrated, safer, more responsive and sustainable.
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The community road safety programme (LTNZ)

Information on the community road safety programme (CRSP) which was established in 1990 and funds initiatives to address local road safety issues throughout New Zealand.
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The walking community partnership programme (HSC)

The Walking Community Partnership Programme provides opportunities to help organisations plan, implement and evaluate events, promotions and programmes promoting walking as a transport option for short trips.
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