School Transport Plan
Morning time at the school gates: a busy rush of parents dropping off their children, parking chaos, cyclists manoeuvring in between cars, parents who would park their car on the playground if they could... It is a daily phenomenon at many schools and it can cause a lot of traffic problems in just a short period of time. A School Transport Plan maps how students come to school and makes suggestions on how school traffic can become safer and more environment-friendly.
Preferably, many parties are involved in drafting the School Transport Plan: the school, parents, teachers, the local government, the police and maybe even the students. Secondary schools can call on Mobiel 21 for extra guidance during this process. Normally, it takes two to three meetings to finish off this first phase. After this, schools receive a definite School Transport Plan containing concrete activities and tips to enhance their traffic and mobility policy.
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