The aim of this study was to understand how people from the Māngere community experienced the Future Streets changes, particularly for walking and cycling. Eight community stakeholders were interviewed. They were selected based on their ability to represent a range of community perspectives. In addition, written transcripts from three focus group discussions with 21 Māngere residents were used. The analysis identified five major themes: road safety; personal safety; social and cultural norms; practicality; and community involvement. See summary
Thorne, R. (2019) Walking and cycling in Māngere: Community experiences of Te Ara Mua – Future Streets. Masters Thesis. The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.