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CAN Aims: Cycling is an everyday actvity in NZ
What is CAN working on and how will it deliver on this aim?
Please have a look at the attached documents, that set out our strategy.
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High Priority Issues
1 Infrastructure is poor, and roads are not designed to accommodate cycling
2 A lack of empathy between road users and people riding bikes
3 Traffic speeds are unsafe
Through the first three-year National Land Transport Programme
(NLTP) 2009-2012 the NZTA allocates funds to approved organisations for
land transport infrastructure and services. While aligning regional and
national views in deciding on the most appropriate allocations of $8.7
billion worth of funds, the NLTP gives effect to the Government policy
statement on land transport funding 2009/19 – 2018/19 (GPS).
Presentation by Jane Dawson
Cycling Advocates’ Network
2004 Sustainable Land Transport Conference
On 24 February 2005, the Government launched Getting there - on foot, by cycle, its strategy to advance walking and cycling in New Zealand transport.