Publications

Submission on the Otago Southland Regional Land 100

Submission on the Otago Southland Regional Land Transport Plan 2021 Draft for consultation

Published March 2021

The Commisison supports the approach of inter-regional collaboration and integration of land transport across the Southland and Otago regions

Submission on the draft advice on climate action for Aotearoa 100

Submission on the draft advice on climate action for Aotearoa

Published March 2021

The Walking Access Commission could have a significant role to play in increasing walking and cycling as forms of transport.

Submission on Proposed Te Tauihu 100

Submission on Proposed Te Tauihu Regional Land Transport Plan

Published March 2021

There are strong linkages in walking and biking access across Te Tauihu including three Great Rides, Heartland Rides, Te Araroa Trail, and
planned Whale Trail.

Submission on the HBRC Regional Land Transport Plan 2021 Draft for Consultation 100

Submission on the HBRC Regional Land Transport Plan 2021 Draft for Consultation

Published March 2021

We support the policies to consider walking and cycling when making decisions that affect transport networks.

Submission on the proposed Remarkables Kawarau Conservation Park reclassification 100

Submission on the proposed Remarkables/Kawarau Conservation Park reclassification

Published February 2021

The Commission submits that if National Park status is granted, existing access tracks and modes must be maintained.

Submission on the proposed Remarkables Kawarau Conservation Park Submission on the Crown Pastoral La 100

Submission on the Crown Pastoral Land Reform Bill

Published February 2021

The Commission’s key interest in pastoral leases is primarily, but not exclusively, public access through a lease to recreational opportunities beyond the lease.

The built environment and its impacts on the walkability for children within primary school catchment areas

The built environment and its impacts on the walkability for children within primary school catchment areas

Published January 2021

This research focuses on policies and built environment factors that explain the lack of walkability in the catchment areas of primary schools in Auckland.

Meyer Neeson Aspinall scholar

Discovering the hindrance of walking and cycling in Auckland's urban form

Published January 2021

Meyer Neeson's Aspinall Scholarship research looks at how the 1950s planning regimes which focused on private cars, dominated Auckland’s transport development.

Submission to Aorere ki uta Aorere ki tai Pre Draft Tasman 100

Submission to Aorere ki uta, Aorere ki tai, Pre-Draft Tasman Environment Plan

Published December 2020

This submission to the Tasman District Council covers climate change, rural areas, towns and local centres, coastal and marib=ne environment and freshwater.

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