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The Walking School Bus Program (now Walk to School) is a past VicHealth initiative that gave communities a way to get children walking to/from school again.
AFL champion Nathan Brown encourages primary school kids to walk, ride or scoot to and from school throughout October.
By Jerril Rechter, VicHealth CEO
A new VicHealth survey released today reveals that 75% of Victorian parents with children under 12 would consider using a park and walk facility to walk with their children to school.
Reduced traffic congestion and healthier, happier children will be the result of Portarlington Primary School's ‘Safe Active Travel’ markers launched in May, 2014.
Students and their families are taking a lesson about the importance of school crossing and safety – and not just in the classroom.
The Bourke Street stairs at Southern Cross Station have been transofrmed into a scenic garden to motivate commuters to ditch the escalator and take the stairs this winter.
Knox residents are putting their best foot forward by joining a number of new walking groups which are cranking up the kilometres across the City.
City workers encouraged to move more, sit less and eat better 100 Ways to Move It Melbourne program of activities Victorian Coalition Government building a healthier Victoria.
Victoria Walks highlights focus on pedestrians during UN Global Road Safety Week.
Victoria Walks has released its Plan for a Walkable Melbourne which calls for walkability to be at the heart of the new Metropolitan Planning Strategy due for release in June.
Nicole Livingston OAM, discusses how to form a Walking Action Group and other things that can make neighbourhoods better for walking.
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