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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 …

Launching the school run revolution at BETT 2020

 

Since launching earlier in the 2019/20 academic year, we’ve rolled out rapidly, and our revolutionary school transport technology Kura is now currently operational in more than 30 of the UK’s most forward-thinking schools.

However, to truly transform the school run …

Cleaning up Manchester’s air – what’s the solution?

Over the previous few months, the quality of the air we breathe – or lack thereof – has begun to receive some much-needed attention. This is due to a range of factors, including the work of activists such as Greta …

How can parents create a greener, more efficient school run?

The school run is currently one of the main reasons behind both rush-hour traffic congestion and the toxic air polluting our towns and cities. That’s on top of being a major, daily headache for over a third (34%) of parents, …