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Walking and cycling strategy for the Waikato region

Cover image of Regional Walking and Cycling Strategy for the Waikato region.The 2009-2015 Regional Walking and Cycling Strategy was developed by Waikato Regional Council in collaboration with the Regional Walking and Cycling Steering Group, stakeholders of whom are located throughout the region. The strategy outlines policies and actions and maps that are intended to enhance walking and cycling in the region.

Because of its size, the document has been divided into sections.

Download the sections below:

Part 1 - Introduction
(887 kb, 126 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Part 2 - Walking and cycling in the region
(657 kb, 93 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Part 3 and 4 - Trends and issues
(736 kb, 105 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Part 5 - Vision, policies, implementation actions and outcomes
(808 kb, 115 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Part 6 - Monitoring, reporting and trends
(286 kb, 40 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Part 7 - Funding
(156 kb, 22 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Part 8 - References
(146 kb, 20 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Part 9 - Appendices
(2026 kb, 289 seconds to download, 56k modem) 

Rural road cycling survey 2014

Waikato Regional Council has undertaken research to better understand the extent and nature of rural road cycling. It will inform policy and investment decisions related to cycling infrastructure.

The research involved interviews with key stakeholders and a web survey. This report summarises the interview and web survey processes and presents analysis of the findings.

The report concludes with recommendations regarding how the unique and comprehensive research findings can be used to inform policy and practice for Waikato Regional Council, and as an example of an investigation into road user behaviour that can be used as a model for other investigations.

Rural road cycling survey - Summary Report: May 2014 (898 kb)

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