28,740 people walked, jogged or cycled to work across the region - a 17% increase on the 2006 Census.
18,573 people walked, jogged or cycled to work across the region - a similar percentage to 2006.
9,889 people in the region walked, jogged or cycled, putting us third behind Otago and Taranaki for the most active commutes to work.
The Census does not collect information on the journey to work.
It's called a 'cycleathedron' and indicates the direction to nearby bike shops.
It is to indicate that only cyclists are allowed, and that they must follow the arrows.
It's a pedestrian area.
It's called a 'sharrow' and indicates a shared road space for cyclists and drivers, indicating where cyclists should ride to be most visible to all road users.
Walk with the traffic, on the left of the road
Walk against the flow of the traffic, on the right side of the road.
It is illegal to walk on rural roads without footpaths
Down the centre of the road
Pedestrians and cyclists have equal right of way.
Cyclists must give way to pedestrians. Cyclists should reduce speed and give plenty of space to avoid the 'woosh' factor.
These shared paths are divided into cycle lanes and pedestrian only areas, so that both groups remain separated.
Shared paths are only for pedestrians, rollerbladers, scooters and skate boarders, and cyclists are forbidden from these areas.
28 minutes, and 200 calories
19 minutes and 50 calories
16 minutes and 100 calories
9 minutes and 50 calories
Ministry of Health guidelines recommend at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most if not all days of the week
Nearly half of NZ adults don't meet the recommended guidelines
Women are more likely than men to be physically active for at least 30 minutes on five or more days a week.
Lack of exercise has been found as a contributing factor in a range of medical conditions.
Lezyne Macro Drive and Lezyne Macro Drive/Cateye Volt 300 (tied for first) respectively
Planet Bike Beamer 5 and Moon Gem 2.0 respectively.
No front lights are visible from an angle of 45 degrees
All bike lights are created equal.