North Shore

Keen walkers enjoy new tracks through city's beauty spots (North Shore)

North Shore City Council has built several kilometres of new all weather walking tracks and boardwalks in Glenfield, Beach Haven, Takapuna and Murrays Bay, adding to and upgrading its network of walkways around the city.
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Walking access along the coast, lakes and rivers (North Shore)

North Shore City, the city with the country’s longest urban coastline will respond to a government report written by the Land Access Ministerial Reference Group on \"Walking Access in the New Zealand Outdoors\" which addresses concerns about people’s access to New Zealand’s for
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Sustainable transport (North Shore)

A brochure outlining things you can do to save money on travel and energy consumption.
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School travel plans take on 10,000 steps (Auckland)

Media Release Murray's Bay Intermediate is the first North Shore City school to integrate the official 10,000 steps @ school programme with their own school travel plan.
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Travelwise (North Shore)

Transport and Roads
Travelwise - Document
A website which promotes walking alongside other transport options
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Walking for health (Agewell)

Website promoting walking for older people
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Age Concern North Shore
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Devonport draft master plan

Urban design plan including pedestrian-friendly features. North Shore City Council is currently (2005/2006) developing a long-term vision for the Devonport town centre that will guide Council decisions and give direction for future public works and development.
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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.

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