The LGGA, along with Land Information New Zealand (LINZ), Walking Access Commission and Department of Conservation have been working together to develop a National Data Model for 'Walking and Cycling Tracks data'.
The purpose of this project was to create a national dataset of tracks data that is available for the public to use. This national dataset is coordinated by LINZ and ultimately used in the 1:50,000 LINZ maps.
The wider intention of this project is to:
Review current collaboration between agencies at a local, regional and national level, and identify potential improvements
Develop a central data repository
Create a method for councils to easily update national datasets
ACCESS THE NATIONAL TRACKS DATA
Download the national tracks dataset from the LINZ Data Service. This data is not in the national data model format due to the limitations of LDS. To transfer from LDS to LGGA data schema, please refer to the mapping document.
Access the national tracks dataset from the Walking Access Commission service. This data is available as a service, and uses the LGGA tracks data model.
ADOPT THE NATIONAL LGGA TRACKS DATA MODEL
Download the LGGA Tracks Data User Guide
Download the LGGA Tracks Data Schema as:
Data is sourced from Local Government and Central Government Agencies, including:
Department of Conservation, Walking Access Commission, NZ Transport Agency, Bay of Plenty Regional Council, Central Otago District Council, Christchurch City Council, Environment Canterbury, Environment Southland, Greater Wellington Regional Council, Gisbourne District Council, Hastings District Council, Hurunui District Council, Invercargill City Council, Kawerau District Council, Mackenzie District Council, Marlborough District Council, Napier City Council, Nelson City Council, New Plymouth District Council, Opotiki District Council, Palmerston North City Council, Rotorua District Council, Tauranga City Council, Tasman District Council, Timaru District Council, Waikato District Council, Waikato Regional Council, Waipa District Council, Waitaki District Council, Wellington City Council, Western Bay of Plenty, Whakatane District Council, and Ollivier & Company.