Making school travel plans work
Most schools that become involved in school travel planning are successful in cutting car use.
Reductions of around 20% are quite common, and some schools achieve more than this. This research project involved 30 in-depth case studies of successful school travel plans, and evaluated what factors were most important in determining their success.
Making School Travel Plans Work was commissioned by the Department for Transport and project-managed by Carey Newson on behalf of Transport 2000 Trust. The project team involved University College London, Adrian Davis Associates, Sustrans, Cleary Hughes Associates and Transport for Quality of Life (2004).