Councillor – ‘without walking, we’ll have dead, dangerous places.’
Tags: BECA, car parking, cars, Celia Wade-Brown, Charles Beaudelaire, Colin Buchanan Consultancy, Dollars and the sense of walking, flaneurs, John Morrison, journalism, julie-anne genter, living streets aotearoa, liz thomas, Martin Wedderburn, McCormick Rankin Cagney, new zealand, newswire, Nigel Cass, NZ, NZTA, Parking, pedestrian, Robin Kearns, Rugby World Cup 2011, Stephen Joyce, street hazards, Tom Beard, tracey allatt, traffic consultants, Transport Minister, University of Auckland, Urban Planning, walking, wellingington council, wellington, Wellington City Council, wellingtons hills, Whitireia Community Polytechnic, Whitireia Journalism School, Whitireia Polytechnic Posted in Latest News, News |
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RWC organisers want people to walk to matches.
Tags: Courtney Place, Derek Fry, fan zone, new zealand, newswire, Nigel Cass, NZ, pedestrian safety measures, public transport, Rugby World Cup, Rugby World Cup committee, walking routes, walking shoes, wellington, Wellington City Council, Wellington City Council director of RWC 2011, Westpac Stadium, whitireia, Whitireia Community Polytechnic, Whitireia Journalism School, Whitireia Polytechnic Posted in Front Page Layout, Latest News, Sport |
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