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Moving home – school
In Europe, the transport sector is responsible for about a quarter of the greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere.
There are 9,696,602 people who daily move between the place of habitual residence and the place of study.
In line with the European objectives and the 2030 Agenda, climate-altering emissions can be significantly reduced if private or public schools commit to sustainable mobility with benefits for:
- the community
- the company
Providing a dedicated transport service for moving home – school can decrease negative externalities in terms of:
Our proposal for your school mobility
School mobility manager
The school mobility manager is a specialized figure in the government of the mobility demand and in the promotion of sustainable mobility in the field of moving home – school.
The mobility manager will be responsible for the management, planning and planning of the mobility of pupils and teaching staff and in particular:
- questionnaire writing
- questionnaire administration
- analysis of questionnaire results
- drafting plan house – school
- presentation to the mobility manager area of the travel plan home – school
Consulting in the preparation and presentation of the travel plan home – school
The travel plan home – School is a document that analyses the state of mobility and identifies measures to reduce the use of private vehicles by pupils and teaching staff by encouraging sustainable forms of mobility including a dedicated transport service.
We offer the best travel experience to the school, pupils and teaching staff thanks to our decades of experience in the transport sector.
Vehicles 16 to 58 seats with an average age of less than 3 years.
Drivers in possession of the qualifications (licence and CQC) trained and subjected to health surveillance
Plus on board expandable seats, increased distance and reclining, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), 220V sockets, wifi, toilet.
Plus service ISO certifications, geo-location satellite fleet, customer service active 24/24 – 7/7.
The stages to travel together
The analysis phase foresees, on the one hand, the evaluation of the structural conditions of the school analyzing its positioning and the mobility services that the surrounding area offers, with a look at the urban plan of sustainable mobility, where present, and on the other hand the assessment of the mode of movement, the needs of movement and the propensity to change of pupils and teaching staff.
The adoption of the travel plan home – school is scheduled by 31 December each year.
The home – school travel plan must be submitted to the area mobility manager within 15 days of adoption.
The design phase stems from the cross-over of data emerged from the analysis phase allowing the drafting of the travel plan home – school.
The home – school travel plan is subject to constant monitoring by the school mobility manager in relation to the effectiveness of the measures applied by evaluating the expected benefits of the measures applied.
The monitoring of the travel plan home – school is also developed through incentive strategies that can encourage pupils and teaching staff to have virtuous behaviors that contribute to the achievement of school mobility objectives.