Category Archives: Walking

Box Hill – what’s coming!

Whatever is coming in Box Hill…it’s certain to be coming UP! Vicinity proposes $2b Box Hill redevelopment – including suburb’s tallest tower “Vicinity Centres has unveiled plans and lodged the first permit applications for a $2 billion mixed-use redevelopment of … Continue reading

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Learning from Covid-19

Can COVID-19 teach us something for the road safety epidemic? Dr. Soames Job, BA (Honours 1), PhD, GAICD, FACRS |April 14, 2020 As the world struggles through the tragic COVID-19 pandemic, it may be also worth considering another health crisis, … Continue reading

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Active Transport for health and happiness

Read the latest “Active Whitehorse News” click here Read about inactive teenagers, older Bike Buddies, Active Transport for pure enjoyment, reverse priority traffic lights, a more liveable city, living longer … and much more. Check it out at http://www.watag.org

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For a longer life get moving, even just a little a bit

“Take the stairs rather than escalators. Use your bike if possible for transportation. Sit less, move more and move often.” Ulf Ekeland, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences Men and women who move around throughout the day, even if they just … Continue reading

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