Walking strategies

Cable Bay footbridge - the council\'s position (Far North DC)

Media release outlining the FNDCs position on the controversial proposed pedestrian overbridge at Cable Bay.
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Far North District Council
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Kerikeri-Paihia track strategy (Far North DC)

The vision of the Kerikeri-Paihia Track Strategy is to develop a logical and well-used set of integrated walkways that meet the needs of both residents and visitors to the Kerikeri-Paihia area.
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Operative Waikato Regional Policy Statement (Coast: public access)

Outlines significant resource management issues, objectives,policies and methods associated with public access to the coastline.
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Environment Waikato
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Regional land transport strategy (Waikato)

Introduces and links to the draft and current operative land transport strategies for the Waikato region.
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Environment Waikato
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Environme
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Regional Land Transport Strategy (Environment BOP)

The 2004 RLTS sets a strategic framework for transportation in the region.
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Working with youth on sustainable travel choices

Abriged powerpoint pres
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Sustainable transport programs - secondary schools and youth leaders workshop

Abridged presentation - Friday 3 February
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Early evaluation findings of the School Travel Plan programme

Presentation to the ARTA Sustainable School Travel Symposium, February 2006
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ARTA overview of the STP programme

Powerpoint presentation to the A
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Bay of Plenty Regional Land Transport Strategy

The RLTS has a vision for “…an integrated, safe, sustainable land transport system that meets the current and developing needs of the people of a vibrant and growing region”.
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About Us

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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