Land Transport NZ / LTSA

Submit to make state highway speeds safer for pedestrians - submissions close Monday 12 December

Do you want traffic speeds near schools, marae, and other community facilities reduced to make the streets safer for pedestrians and for all road users?

Then submit by Monday 12 December on NZTA / Waka Kotahi's Interim State Highway Speed Management Plan (ISMP).

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Getacross Campaign Shifts Gear

GetAcross is a campaign that has been lobbying and advocating for cyclists and walkers to get across the Auckland Harbour Bridge. LSA have been involved in supporting Getacross since its beginning.  Its is a great project and will transform the way people use the bridge and connect our communities.  Most importantly it will give a transport choice in these uncertain times.

Pedestrian planning and design guide finally hits the streets

Well it has been a long time coming but the LTNZ have finally published their guide to planning and designing spaces for pedestrians. In their words:

    This guide sets out ways to improve New Zealand’s walking environment. It outlines a process for deciding on the type of provision that should be made for pedestrians and provides design advice and standards.

In our view ....... [more to be added]

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Transit Board encouraged by dialogue

Media Statement re Auckland Harbour Bridge The Board of Transit New Zealand welcomed the opportunity to meet with Cycle Action Auckland today as part of their on-going discussions on the viabi
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En-route to more footpaths

Good news for pedestrians and cyclists - more new footpaths are to be built around the district thanks to a change in funding policy from Land Transport New Zealand (LTNZ). The Government�s transport funding agency has approved funding for a large proportion of the �higher priority� footpaths identified in Thames-Coromandel District Council�s draft Cyclin
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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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