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Feet first every week - A whānau and caregivers guide

Published: | Category: Leaflets & brochures , Schools | 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: Leaflets & brochures , Schools | 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.

Becoming a child restraint technician

Published: | Category: Leaflets & brochures , Safe driving , Child restraints , Visitors & new residents , Older drivers | Audience: Communities

This is a guide for people who are considering becoming a child restraint technician.

Advanced bus solution: final report

Published: | Category: Guidance for specialists , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Austroads , Public transport , Road safety , Neighbourhood accessibility plans (NAP) , Urban design , Noise & vibration , Walking & cycling | Audiences: Communities, General, Local & regional government, Road traffic engineers & consultants

The objective of the ‘Advanced Bus Solution’ (ABS) study was to provide the details of a preferred advanced bus solution for central access and city to / from the Airport that provides the opportunity for a step change in current service levels:

Ready to ride: keeping safe on your mobility scooter

Published: | Category: Leaflets & brochures , Safe driving , Child restraints , Visitors & new residents , Older drivers | Audiences: Communities, Motorists

If you currently use a mobility scooter or are considering using one in the future – this booklet is for you.

Hike it, bike it, scoot it, skate it

Published: | Category: Leaflets & brochures , Schools | Audience: Communities

A whānau and caregivers guide to safer journeys for children. This leaflet describes the things you need to know to help teach your child about staying safe on roads and near railways. Use it as a handy reference tool.

My booster comes with me

Published: | Category: Leaflets & brochures , Safe driving , Child restraints , Visitors & new residents , Older drivers | Audience: Communities

This is a brochure for parents/caregivers to use with their children to help them understand how to safely use a booster seat.

Kea crossings: school crossing points (Factsheet 26)

| Category: Factsheets , Road user safety | Audience: Communities

This information is no longer available in factsheet format. Instead, you can read this information in our safety for children section.

Community driver mentor programme guide

Published: | Category: Guidance for specialists , Driver licensing | Audiences: Communities, Driving instructors

The Community Driver Mentor Programme was originally developed to run in selected communities which had been identified with particular needs. Acknowledging that the programme was needed in many more communities than they could provide for, the NZ Transport Agency and New Zealand Automobile Association (AA) developed this guide to share with those who want to run the programme independently.

Guide to the on-road safety test

Published: | Category: Leaflets & brochures , Safe driving , Child restraints , Visitors & new residents , Older drivers | Audiences: Communities, Medical practitioners, Motorists

This guide is for older drivers who have been referred for an on-road safety test by their doctor. It explains the process for booking, preparing for and taking the on-road safety test, what the test covers and what happens afterwards. 
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