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In brief: Issue 507 14 Nov 2008

Kent claims school car use success

Kent County Council says its school travel policies have cut the percentage of children being driven to school from 35.6% in 2006/07 to 34.1% in 2007/08. Kent attributes the reduction to its Freedom Pass costing £50 that gives students aged 11-16 unlimited travel on buses in the county for a year; ‘walking buses’; cycle training; tackling unruly behaviour on buses; and a rating system for school travel plans....

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