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Paths to school : a conference report / compiled by Ines Barson
Bib ID 2798821
Format BookBook
Description [Adelaide] : Publications Branch, Education Dept. of S.A., 1977 
93p. : diagrs., graphs, maps ; 30cm. 
ISBN 0724332278
Notes

Conference held 12-14 November 1975 at the Raywood Inservice Centre, Education Dept. of South Australia.

Bibliography: p.57.

Subjects Cycleways used for journeys to school. Planning. Conference proceedings.  |  Footpaths used for journeys to school. Planning. Conference proceedings.  |  Bicycle trails -- Congresses.  |  Sidewalks -- Congresses.  |  Trails -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Barson, Ines. comp  |  South Australia. Education Department

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