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Transmission Gully urban and landscape design framework

Published: | Category: Research & reports | Audience: Communities

The framework describes the design concepts of the Transmission Gully Project. The framework provides a vision for the road in the form of a series of design principles. Subsequent sections of the report identify detailed design issues and explain how these might be resolved in accordance with the design principles. In order to implement the vision, the urban design and landscape framework will be used to inform the preparation of detailed landscape and urban design masterplans for the corridor and site specific environmental management plans.

Research Report 522 Blueprint for a best practice measurement indicator set and benchmarking

Published: | Category: Sustainable land transport , Research programme , Research & reports | Audiences: Communities, General

This report develops an indicator framework for measuring the contribution of land transport to the aggregate wellbeing of New Zealanders. The starting point is viewing transport as an input into the generation of wellbeing, reflecting the role of transport as a technology that enables human interaction, trade and other activities. Transport improves wellbeing if it better facilitates these activities and/or imposes lower costs. This leads to categories of indicators based on observable characteristics of the transport system that are relevant to aggregate wellbeing, ie network performance and capability, safety, health and environmental effects, and cost.

Guidance on transport options for communities with limited or no public transport

Published: | Category: Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities

This booklet is for community groups or local government staff working on transport problems in rural areas and small towns. It describes a process for identifying the cause of the problem, finding partners and selecting a solution. Solutions range from reducing or removing the need to travel by bringing services/goods into the community or using technology, making use of vehicles already in the community and coordinating existing services. The guide also covers sources of funding and legal requirements.

Cyclist skills training guide

Published: | Category: Cycling , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, Walkers & cyclists

These guidelines address cyclist training skills to prepare trainees to cycle confidently on the road. The guidelines have been developed to cater for a range of trainees and suit both school and adult training environments. The guidelines are based on a number of outcomes to ensure that demonstrated ability is achieved at each grade. This publication has been updated to reflect the two changes to the give way rules that came into effect on 25 March 2012. Go to www.giveway.govt.nz to get more information on the new rules.

Child restraints law change leaflet

Published: | Category: Child restraints , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audience: Communities

From 1 November 2013 the child restraint laws changed. This leaflet explains what those changes were.

The road ahead: transport options for seniors

Published: | Category: Older drivers , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, General, Motorists

This guide provides information to:

An exploratory study of barriers to child restraint use in New Zealand

Published: | Category: Research & reports | Audience: Communities

The key objective of this research is to determine which factors are seen as barriers to child restraint use by New Zealand parents, and that ultimately prevent some from correctly restraining their children. Identification of these barriers will provide the evidence-base to inform and help target future interventions, such that policy interventions, education initiatives, or social media campaigns are more effective at increasing child restraint rates among non-compliant parents, as well as reducing barriers for those parents that do comply.

Feet first every week - A whānau and caregivers guide

Published: | Category: Schools , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, General, Schools & teachers, Walkers & cyclists

The whānau and caregivers guide on Feet First Walk to School Every Week is a booklet that encourages students, whānau and caregivers to make the journey to school on foot for at least once a week, every week. The booklet discusses the benefits for parents and children of walking to school and looks at practical ways they can make it happen. Students are encouraged to safely walk with caregivers and friends or join school walking initiatives where possible. A Māori language version of the booklet is also available.

Planning for community programmes: a practical guide to assist the decision-making process

Published: | Category: Schools , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, General, Schools & teachers

A practical guide to assist the decision-making process in planning for community programmes. Note: The Demand Management Community Programmes Activity class is currently under review, new guidance will be available in early in 2010.
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