EDUCATION WEBINAR REPLAY
Time to re-think school transport?
How new technology can improve wellbeing, sustainability and your school’s reputation
After a year of disruption, students have returned to school in earnest. Now, parents and schools alike are again facing the conundrum of how to safely and efficiently bring students on-site and ready to learn.
The simplest solution isn’t a new one, but can a new approach to the humble school bus achieve much more for a school’s objectives than moving students from A to B?
New Kura research reveals car usage is increasing on the daily school run, creating more traffic congestion and toxic air pollution around the school gates.
Join our expert panel as we discuss what school transport looks like in 2021, how an efficiently operated school run, supported by the latest technology, can achieve other outcomes, such as sustainability, community relationships, and much more.
Godfrey Ryan, CEO, Kura
Godfrey’s experience stems from senior commercial roles in high growth technology-enabled businesses. Godfrey ensures the company’s strategy is aligned with an ever-changing transport market, and that its services and technology are delivered professionally and with safety as the primary objective.
Chris Coles, Operations Director, Kura
Chris has extensive experience in the school transport marketplace having run transport operations for independent schools before establishing a successful school transport consultancy company. As former police officer he has a strong grounding in risk and compliance, and expert understanding of Public Service Vehicle Accessibility Regulations (PSVAR).
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Kura’s vision is safer, greener, smarter travel for schools and businesses.
By combining proprietary, leading-edge technology with the best, local vehicle operators in the UK, Kura enables organisations to maximise the safety, wellbeing, and productivity of their students, customers, and staff. Kura is dedicated to driving transport efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions.