This research examined the barriers and enablers to inter-agency collaboration in the design and provision of active travel infrastructure through a case-study review of Kāinga Ora’s redevelopment of Māngere West in Auckland. A socio-technical systems approach was used to consider the technological and social interactions within and between organisations that shape urban environments. The approach highlighted how factors, such as governance structures and decision-making processes, institutional norms and rules and expectations, influence practices and outcomes. Access
Opit, S., Witten, K. & Mackie, H. (2022). Inter-agency collaboration for active mode shift: Māngere West, Auckland. Interim report prepared for the Ageing Well and Healthier Lives National Science Challenges.
INVITATION: WALKING & BIKING IN MĀNGERE COMMUNITY HUI