WTSM

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AcronymDefinition
WTSMWellington Transport Strategy Model (infrastructure; New Zealand)
WTSMWalk to School Month
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Walk to School Month is an initiative supported by the UK's charity for everyday walking, Living Streets, to help reverse the decline in walking to school.
uK BIG WALK TO SCHOOL When: Wednesday About the walK: the event coincides with Cardiff council's WalK to School Month initiative, which is running throughout May with 29 schools already signed up.
A large number of our new homes developments are located within close proximity to schools and as families move in, it makes perfect sense for us to support International Walk to School Month.
Walk to School Month, which takes place every October, is in aid of promoting healthier lifestyles as well as to reduce the number of vehicles on the roads each day.
DAVID Wilson Homes North West donated hi-visibility tabards and snap bands to a Kirkdale school last month, to mark International Walk to School Month.
Pupils at St Mary & St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School in Blaydon, Gateshead, are taking part in International Walk to School Month which runs throughout October.
Walk to School Month This is a Keeping Cardiff Moving initiative which works in partnership with primary schools to encourage pupils to walk (or cycle) to school during Walk to School Month.
OCTOBER has been Walk to School month with pupils across Coventry and Warwickshire encouraged to get to class by "greener" means than the family car.
A Tony Armstrong, chief executive of Living Streets, the charity which organises Walk to School Month, says: "As a parent it often seems like the easy solution to drive your children to school, particularly when they're based at different locations.
Two-and-a-half-hours later, after walking in the dark and meeting no-one but the milkman, he arrived at school ready to talk about International Walk to School month.
And as part of International Walk to School Month, Cardiff council's road safety unit is calling on other schools to follow their lead.