Nelson

Regional physical activity strategy (Nelson)

Recently, the Regional Physical Activity Strategy was accepted as a community strategy by the Nelson City Council following public consultation.
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Nelson City Council engineering standards (2003)

This page links to individual sections of the standards document.
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The Walking School Bus (Nelson)

Many school communities in Nelson have started their own Walking School Bus programs to encourage changing the way children get to school.
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Community road safety programme (Nelson)

Each year an educational road safety programme is developed to co-ordinate local community efforts.
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Nelson road sign policy

Nelson has reviewed how effectively tourist attractions, key intersections, walkways, cycleways and services are signed in Nelson.
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Tasman District Council Regional Cycling and Walking Strategy

"This document provides a framework for developing and implementing a range of cycling and walking related initiatives including cycle lanes, walking facilities, promotion and education. The strategy has been developed with the help of key national and community organisations, the general public and Council staff."
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Safe journeys to school (Nelson)

The Nelson Council initiated a survey in late 2004 to get some facts on just how children are travelling to school, to look into some of the reasons why so few use the journey for exercise, and, at the same time, to look at other safety factors in local parks and streets.
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