|Our Environment: Issue 21 Summer 1999|
A Step in the Right Direction
A pedestrian strategy is being developed by the City Council to increase numbers of people walking, both as a way of getting around and for health and recreation. The Council caters for pedestrian needs in many ways - footpaths, lighting, pedestrian areas, parks, walkways - but there is presently no co-ordination of pedestrian provision and no defined process to achieve the Council's goal of being a pedestrian-friendly city.
The draft strategy (submission document) is available for community input between 1 November 1999 and 17 December 1999. Views of the wider Christchurch community are being sought to ensure the strategy will cover the needs of residents.
The Council is seeking answers to the following key questions:
Copies of the submission document are available for viewing at libraries and service centres. To obtain your own copy please contact (email@example.com) Stephanie Styles, Christchurch City Council, phone 941 8292, fax 941 8789 or http://www.ccc.govt.nz .
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