What do you think about Home to School Transport provision in Bristol?

Fill in Bristol City Council’s survey to let them know what you think of Home to School Transport provision in Bristol.

As a local authority, Bristol City Council has a duty to provide travel support for eligible children. This provision must be safe, appropriate to need, reliable and sustainable.

The new Home to School Transport survey Improve Home to School Travel survey (smartsurvey.co.uk) launched today (Monday 4 June) seeks to find out from parents/carers and young people what is working well and what is not working well with home to school travel, and how you think it could be improved.

It also asks about travel requirements for young people at each stage of their childhood, personal budgets for home to school travel and an independent travel training offer.

The survey is aimed at parents and carers who use the service, as well as schools and other professionals who work with children, to help inform a consultation planned for later this year.

The survey is live now until Sunday 14 August and can be completed online at Improve Home to School Travel survey (smartsurvey.co.uk).

If you would like to access this survey in any other format, including easy read or translated into a different language, please email: [email protected].

You can find out more about Home to School Transport services in your area at School travel support.

Press release by Bristol City Council.