Our objectives were:
- To reduce traffic congestion during peak times, especially around the morning rush hour
- To reduce the impact of short car trips used on the school run
- To encourage parents and pupils to walk, cycle, scoot or use public transport for some of these journeys
- For pupils to benefit from increased physical activity as part of their daily routine
Pre-registration is now open for Active October, this year's Travelwest Challenge. Register early for a chance at winning a £30 shopping voucher.
We have two more schools joining the national School Streets scheme which aims to provide a healthier and safer environment for all by encouraging active travel to school.
Plans to build £100m of critical infrastructure in North Somerset are moving forward after North Somerset Council signed on the dotted line.
In our new back to school travel advice page you can find all the information you need to travel safely to school.
With less than two weeks until the start of the new academic year, Bath & North East Somerset Council is reassuring parents it’s doing everything it can to make sure there’s enough capacity on bus services for children to get to and from school safely.
The #WeAreBristolKids competition was launched in May when many people noticed how a few drivers were ignoring the speed limit and putting the lives of pedestrians and cyclists at risk.