We are pleased to support the upcoming Canterbury Regional Active Transport (CAT) Forum being held on Monday 2 February. The CAT Forum is a multi-party forum for those within the region who have an interest in the development and promotion of active transport. The Forum was set up by Environment Canterbury to encourage information sharing and cross sector action between agencies.
A business case for a footbridge in Lake Tekapo, prepared by Abley for Mackenzie District Council, has recently received funding approval from the NZ Transport Agency.
We are pleased to announce that Jeanette Ward is now a member of the Urban Design Forum (UDF) National Committee. UDF promotes good urban design in New Zealand and promote cross-disciplinary understanding of urban design amongst urban professionals. For more information on UDF, please visit www.urbandesignforum.org.nz
The linkage between the health benefits of a well-functioning and designed transportation system and increasingly well known.
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