Design and planning

Footpath Renewal Programme (Auckland CC)

Auckland City owns 2,214 km of footpaths across the city, many of which are in a poor condition. Accelerated deterioration has been caused by a combination of poor reinstatement by utility operators and building developers, tree roots and vehicles parking on the footpath.
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Auckland City Council Footpath Policy

The Auckland City Council aims to provide a standard of footpath surface suited to the environment that will contribute to the accessibility, safety, amenity and character of Auckland\'s streets.
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Pedestrian Audit of Public Transport Facilities

The main objective of the brief was to conduct a pedestrian audit of passenger transport stations and key nodes throughout the region, and to produce a report detailing necessary pedestrian improvements.
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Christchurch to Little River cycleway/walkway proposal

The purpose of this report is to inform the Council of the development of a combined 50km cycleway/walkway between Christchurch
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Social capital and the built environment

The importance of walkable neighbourhoods Leyden seeks to examine whether pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use neighbourhoods encourage enhanced levels of social and community engagement, using Galway as a case study.
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Places to walk: convenience and regular physical activity

To guide their efforts to promote regular physical activity, Powell, Martin, and Chowdhu
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Evaluation of an alternative transport initiative in Perth, Western Australia, 2004

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Perth, Western Australia, has the highest proportion of per capita car ownership in Australia.