This is the Living Streets Aotearoa submission on the Governments Policy Statement on Land Transport Funding 2011
This is the Living Streets Wellington submission on the 2011 Greater Wellington Annual Plan
This is the Living Streets Wellington submission on the 2011 Greater Wellington Hutt Corridor Plan
This is Living Streets Wellington submission on the Wellington City Council Draft Annual Plan 2011
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.
This workshop is designed to bring together key local and international researchers, with policy analysts in local and central government, NGOs and members of the public, to consider the evidence for co-benefits of active journeys -- particularly benefits for population health, climate change, and quality of life -- and how this evidence can be strengthened and acted upon effectively.
Nigel Cass has worked in sports management in both New Zealand and the UK since 1990.
Nigel joined the New Zealand Rugby Union in 2001 as Provincial Union Relationship Manager. He was also Chair of the Board of the IRB Wellington International Sevens and in 2004 he took on the role of Project Manager for the DHL NZ Lions Series and also led the bid process for Rugby World Cup 2011.
Nigel is currently General Manager, Tournament Services for Rugby New Zealand 2011 Ltd.
The NZ Transport Agency recently announced that New Plymouth and Hastings will collectively receive funding of $7.28m to become New Zealand's first walking and cycling model communities.
The purpose of this investment is to help create an environment that will make walking and cycling easy transport choices for people in New Plymouth and Hastings. Through this funding we’re also encouraging councils to integrate walking and cycling into their transport planning and other initiatives.