Dunedin

Dunedin Pedestrian Action Network

HAS DCC TRANSPORT DECLARED AN OPEN SEASON ON PEDESTRIANS?
Is this a fair question? Come along and share your views at Dunedin’s Pedestrian Action Network (PAN) public meeting on Wednesday 24 January, 1.30 to 3.00pm,
Dunningham Suite, Dunedin Public Library.

Want to be part of the walk movement in Dunedin? This meeting is for you

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Dunedin
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Dunningham Suite, Dunedin Public Library.
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Lynley Hood
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Phone 027 222 9279
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Dunedin questionnaire for local body candidates

Living Streets Dunedin and Spokes Dunedin sent out a questionnaire to candidates in the Local Body elections.Check out the Results of the Survey - the questions they asked and the responses from the candidates .  You might be able to fire some of the same questions at your local candidates!

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Dunedin City Council Central Ward Candidates 2010 survey responses

Questions sent to the Central Ward candidates (For those who are also mayoral candidates, see that file)

1.      How do you consider we can improve Dunedin's reputation to make it more walking & cycle friendly for locals and visitors?

2.      In your role as a Councillor/Mayor  would you commit to acting according to the principles in the International Walking Charter which apply equally to cycling

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Dunedin City Council Mogiel and Waikouaiti Ward Candidates 2010 survey responses

Questions sent to the candidates

1.      How do you consider we can improve Dunedin's reputation to make it more walking & cycle friendly for locals and visitors?

2.      In your role as a Councillor/Mayor  would you commit to acting according to the principles in the International Walking Charter which apply equally to cycling

3.      Do you support opening the Caversham and Chain Hills Tunnels to cyclists and walkers to provide a near flat and safer route between Dunedin and Mosgiel?

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Living Streets Dunedin and Spokes Dunedin 2010 candidate survey

For the 2010 local body elections, Spokes Dunedin and Living Streets Dunedin sent a questionnaire on local active transport issues to Mayoral and Council candidates. The following questions were asked:

Q1. How do you consider we can improve Dunedin's reputation to make it more walking & cycle friendly for locals and visitors? (50 word limit)

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School Travel Planning in Dunedin

Abstract Remit

As part of Dundin City Council's Transportation Strategy and Community Plan delivery programmes, the Council has prioritised sustainable development and transportation solutions in order to support a balanced approach to promoting social, economic and environmental well being for Dundin's existing and future generations.

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Presenter: 
Tim Cheesebrough
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School Initiatives
Organisation or Business: 
MWH New Zealand
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Mon a.m. late