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Low confidence in public transport for the school run

Despite Government reassurance that pupils and staff will be safe once at school, there is still parental concern over the safety, reliability and availability of public transport for the school run, …

Safer transport during social distancing

We’ve been working hard during the Covid-19 related Lockdown to make sure our services are prepared for running under Social Distancing and health-related guidance. This ensures passengers, staff, pupils and their parents have peace of mind that their transport is

Kura Wins Twice at NextGen Awards

We’re delighted to be able to say that Transport2 and its Kura technology and services have been awarded not one but two prizes at Management Today’s inaugural NextGen Awards.

“Following discussion of all of the winners, the judges felt your

How can schools manage PSVAR compliance?

As of 1st January 2020, the final provisions for the Public Service Vehicle Accessibility Regulations (PSVAR) came into effect.

This means that all fee-charging shared vehicles introduced within the last 20 years, designed to carry more than 22 passengers …

How tech is transforming the daily school run

The school run, that has remained largely unchanged for decades, is crying out for disruption. Our own research has shown that 48% of parents believe that traffic fumes near their children’s school are a serious threat to their children’s health, …

Are zero-emission streets the future of transport?

In a period dominated by climate election pledges and sustainability news stories, among the most interesting green announcements in recent memory surfaced just before Christmas.

The declaration that made us sit up and take notice was this: in just a …

We’ve officially kicked off the school run revolution!

In January we launched our home-to-school transport and technology service Kura at our very first school in Greater Manchester! St Bede’s College in Whalley Range became the first school to revolutionise its school run and get “on board” with Kura …