Transport, environment, and health (WHO)

WHO regional publications, European series, number 89
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This book brings together scientific evidence on the main effects of transport on people's health and the environment.
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Walking access in the New Zealand outdoors (Cabinet paper)

Cabinet paper from the office of the Minister for Rural Affairs
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No exceptions (SPARC)

Strategy and implementation plan 2005-2009
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The No Exceptions Strategy is intended to guide the strategies and actions of all agencies involved in the provision of physical recreation and sport op

Investing in recreation - guidelines for national recreation organisations (SPARC)

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Changing physical activity behaviour (SPARC)

Key lessons learned The purpose of this resource is to detail the key learnings to date from the regional and district physical activity strategic planning projects that ha
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Land Transport NZ research strategy 2006/7

PDF document. This strategy establishes the direction that Land Transport New Zealand’s research programme is headed for 2006-2007.
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Land transport research strategy - overview (LTNZ)

Web page. Land Transport NZ commissions innovative research which contributes towards making New Zealand's land transport system more integrated, safer, more responsive and sustainable.
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Walking and cycling and the local transport plan

This paper looks at the opportunities for promoting walking and cycling through five-year Local Transport Plans (LTPs), which have recently replaced the annual Transport Policies and Programme (TPP) scheme as the means for securing funding approval for investment in local transport.
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