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These standards and guidelines were developed to help achieve our goal of making walking a safer and more attractive way to get about for all.
This guidance provides best practice for planning, designing and creating walkable communities throughout New Zealand.
This guide aims improve safety, usability, compliance, consistency and will simplify the design process for pedestrian and cycleway treatment at level crossings.
The guidelines seek to improve the understanding of what good urban design means in a transport project.
RTS 14 is the official guide that ensures that design and operation of roads and paths caters for blind and vision impaired pedestrians.
Tools and resources to support the walking guidelines, research and presentations.