Reports

Wellington Railway Station Community Street Review November 2015

This is the report from the joint Wellington Railway Station Community Street Review November 2015. This street review was undertaken by Living Streets Aotearoa Wellington members and the Wellington City Council Accessibility Advisory Group.

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Intersections - What pedestrians need

Intersections -  Living Streets Aotearoa - Policy May 2014

Traffic lights – No Green Cross light and Green traffic light (for turning traffic) should be on in the same direction.  Start Green Cross light before vehicle's green light (at least 5 seconds).

Countdown walk signals to inform pedestrians of time left to cross

At all intersections pedestrians should be able to cross using all 4 sides.

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Living Streets North Shore Annual Report 2010

A review of Living Streets North Shore's activities in 2010 is provided in the attached PDF. If you are unable to read files in PDF format, please contact the Convenor (contact details on North Shore webpage).

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Read Living Streets North Shore's 2010 activity report

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Annual Report 2006-7

Annual Report

2006-2007

Living Streets Aotearoa
 
We are an independent not-for-profit organization that advocates for
improved conditions for pedestrians and walkers and promotes walking-
friendly communities. 

Our Vision

More people choosing to walk more often and enjoying public places - young
and old, fast and slow, walking, sitting and standing, commuting, shopping,
between appointments, for exercise, for leisure and for pleasure.

Our Mission

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Walk 21 conference Barcelona 2008 report

Report to Living Streets Aotearoa on Walk 21 conference Barcelona, 7-10 October 2008


Walk 21 conference attracted 500 attendees from 34 countries predominantly from Europe and North America. Those attending included government officials and elected members, ngo representatives, academics, professionals and walking advocates including 5 delegates from New Zealand.

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Annual Report 2007-8

We are an independent not-for-profit organisation, established in 2002, that advocates for improved conditions for pedestrians and walkers and promotes walking-friendly communities.

Our Vision

More people choosing to walk more often.

Our Mission

We will energetically and creatively persuade decision-makers, officials and the public of the importance and desirability of walking and attractive public spaces.

What we do

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Annual Report 2006-7

We are an independent not-for-profit organization that advocates for improved conditions for pedestrians and walkers and promotes walking-friendly communities.

 

Our Vision

More people choosing to walk more often and enjoying public places - young and old, fast and slow, walking, sitting and standing, commuting, shopping, between appointments, for exercise, for leisure and for pleasure.

 

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