--1.43 Canterbury local council

INCLUDES:
<ul><li>Documents prepared by local councils in Canterbury</li><li>Policy advice papers from consultants etc</li><li>Submissions on TLA policy by NGOs etc</li><li>Legislation (by-laws)</li><li>Implementation of walking strategies</li></ul>
EXCLUDES:
Promotional materials e.g. maps and pamphlets (see section 4), Detailed engineering and design standards (2), Safety & health information (3)

Timaru active transport strategy

Presentation on the Timaru Active Transport Strategy development and implementation to date.
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Brian Ward
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Waimakariri District transport study

Outlines the purpose and key findings of the transport study with links to downloadable files of the relevant documents.
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Timaru District Council Active Transport Strategy (draft)

Timaru District has enormous potential to provide growth in walking and cycling. It has a climate and a topography ideally suited to walking and cycling.
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Physical recreation and sport strategy (Christchurch)

The strategy aims to encourage organisations involved in recreation and sport to move in a common direction, with the ultimate goal of increasing participation in recreation and
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Christchurch Active Living Strategy (draft)

The Active Living Strategy aims to support Christchurch people so that they can enjoy regular physical activity as part of their everyday lives and improve the
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Christchurch central city pedestrian counts survey

The Christchurch Central City Pedestrian Counts Survey began in 1957 and is carried out every two years by the Canterbury/Westland Branch of the New Zealand Inst
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Central city pedestrian activity survey (Christchurch)

This report presents the results of a survey of 1,423 pedestrians in Christchurch’s central city in March 2001.
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Parks and waterways access policy (Christchurch)

The Parks and Waterways Access Policy provides for inclusive use of parks by people with disabilities and also takes into account older people and caregivers with young children.
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Pedestrian Strategy for Christchurch City

“A Step in the Right Direction” "The Christchurch City Council is committed to the support of pedestrians and the encouragement of walking as a method of travel and for social recreation.
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Safe routes to school (Christchurch CC)

Christchurch City Council's approach to improve the safety of children getting to school, and to encourage active travel to school
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Christchurch City Council
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