Design and planning

Urban area disadvantage and physical activity: a multilevel study in Melbourne, Australia

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Manual for Streets

transforming the way streets are designed The UK Department for Transport has commissioned WSP , TRL , Llewelyn Davies Yeang and Phil Jones Associates to develop a Manual for Streets that will give guidance to a range of practitioners on effective street design.
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Project Waiuku - pedestrian walkability

Waiuku Town Plan Graphic which illustrates the pedestrian walkability analysis, areas for improvement and priorities for improvement work.
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Engineering standards and guidelines (Far North District Council)

Information on using the Engineering Standards and Guidelines, objectives and information on how to purchase a copy.
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Regional Policy Statement: Implementing Smart Growth (Bay of Plenty)

Live, work and play A factsheet outlining Live, work and play including the concept of walkable neighbourhoods - good neighbourhood design with everything close by.
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Auckland Waterfront Vision Principles

The principles give a long-term guiding framework that will direct how the area is managed, developed and protected in the future.
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Panmure's Future

What Panmure wants and what we'll do about it.
Panmure's Future - Web page
Includes community views on walking and cycling and what Auckland City Council aims to do about it.
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Auckland City Council
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Pedestrian orientation signage network - Auckland CBD

Projects A pedestrian focused signage system has recently been developed to provide a sense of familiarity and orientation for both local users and visitors to the Auckland CBD.
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Auckland City Counc
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