Transport

Street and directional signage (Hamilton)

This policy aims to provide clear directions to facilities and traffic routes in the city by providing standard signage.
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Cycling and health promotion

A safer, slower urban road environment is the key This is an editorial which talks about building walking and cycling into everyday life.
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Health impacts of transport - convicted drivers

Convicted drivers This article describes the broader effects of transport on health, including respiratory illnesses from air pollution and cardiovascular and mental health benefits of walking and cycling.

Walking, from policy to practice - the Geneva case

the Geneva case A paper about making cities walking friendly as opposed to the car friendly cities that have developed over the past forty years
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Reducing automobile traffic: an urgent policy for health promotion

An urgent policy for health promotion
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Scientists anticipate that in coming decades the greenhouse effect will produce alterations in climate. Traffic and rural and urban highway infrastructures are already among the principal causes of environmental degradation.
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The physical environment and physical activity

Moving from ecological associations to intervention evidence An editorial on physical activity and the physical environment.

Travelwise (North Shore)

Transport and Roads
Travelwise - Document
A website which promotes walking alongside other transport options
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North Shore City Council
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