Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby Melissa_Theuriau on Wed 9/Mar/16 1:06pm

NZTA has developed an exciting new tool to help New Zealanders understand the benefits of cycling and why they are making significant investments towards a cycle-friendly Aotearoa.

If you haven't already seen it, it is well worth a read. You can find the document attached
cyclelife-benefits-booklet.pdf
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby jo on Wed 9/Mar/16 1:28pm

That is a most excellent document. :thumbsup:

I'm sure the haters gonna hate, but at least NZTA is giving a big vocal thumbsup :thumbsup:
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby jo on Wed 9/Mar/16 1:31pm

On a related note: this is quite a good read. Havent quite finished yet but it seems relevant to what NZ is going through at the moment.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/20 ... s-won.html
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby Melissa_Theuriau on Wed 9/Mar/16 1:35pm

It is also worth mentioning the associated Crossword competition!

Read the tool and test your new knowledge with our Benefits Tool crossword here [PDF, 56 KB]!

Submit your entry for a chance to win one of three $100 Visa Prezzy Cards!

All entries must be received by 5 pm Wednesday 16 March 2016.
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby Slapheid on Wed 9/Mar/16 2:02pm

yeah but bloody cyclists don't pay for roads and their always 4 abreasts and running red lights and there always swerving and they dont pay for rodes and there really hard to see and thy're too brightly lit and thier not paying acc and there should be whereing highviz and they dont pay taxes and and :angry:
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby RJD on Wed 9/Mar/16 3:27pm

NZ needs a cycle to work scheme like the uk
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby jo on Wed 9/Mar/16 4:31pm

I'm stuck on 8 down because the question doesnt make sense. :blush:
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby jo on Wed 9/Mar/16 4:32pm

jo wrote:I'm stuck on 8 down because the question doesnt make sense. :blush:

Sorted.
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby Rik on Thu 10/Mar/16 12:28pm

jo wrote:On a related note: this is quite a good read. Havent quite finished yet but it seems relevant to what NZ is going through at the moment.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/20 ... s-won.html


http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/ne ... ey-reveals

Hmm, these two articles read suspiciously similar.
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby jo on Thu 10/Mar/16 2:13pm

In what way Rik? The rhetoric of the counterparts seem virtually identical but I think the viewpoints of the authors are opposed.

It'd be interesting to redo the ride-by after construction is finished and once you paint some F.O. yellow lines where people shouldnt park.
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Re: Nzta Benefits Of Cycling Tool

Postby Rik on Thu 10/Mar/16 2:19pm

jo wrote:In what way Rik? The rhetoric of the counterparts seem virtually identical but I think the viewpoints of the authors are opposed.


The former
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