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Future of School Transportation
Almost everyone agrees that the safest way to travel to school is by means of a dedicated single decker school bus that collects from home, is highly visible in Yellow and is 3 point seat-belted with the latest GPS system to allow real time tracking by parents and school, driven by experienced enhanced CRB Checked drivers. YellowBus.org.uk has a mission to make this a reality in the UK.

The original Yellow Bus concept started in the UK but was adopted by North American companies and school districts and they have never looked back. Over 10 billion student trips are done every year in the United States. Every single day there are around 475,000 school buses transporting 35 million children to and from schools and school related activities. So why have we in the UK not been able to successfully run a simple transportation concept for transporting school children using the most safest means of travel for out children. After all, they are the most valuable cargo anyone will ever want transported.

The reason is quite simple. No-one has set out to deploy a national network of Yellow School Buses to transport children because of the high capital expenditure that would be required to run such an operation and due to the demand being reduced due to a culture of using cars and car pool sharing that has surfaced due to no viable alternative which is safe and dedicated to school children only.

Using a proprietary and equitable payment structure the Yellow School Bus Company reflects the distance from school of a child and not a traditional cost by seat payment structure, the Yellow School Bus company can now equitably deliver a solution to most parents looking for a safe alternative means of travel for their secondary school child and in the future for primary school children also.
Latest News
10.3.17
The SE1 route from Tysely, Hall Green, Mockspath, Solihull, Acocks Green, Stechford, Hodge Hillm
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18.8.14
After meticulous route testing and planning, the initial routes decided have been published today.
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28.7.14
For 2014/2015 four routes are being decided upon to meet the needs of the parents
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18.7.14
The Yellow School Bus Company is delighted to have been able to provide photographs and details
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1.2.2014
The Yellow School Bus Company signs its first MOU with Sutton Grammar School for girls for the rights
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28.1.2014
Meeting with the Governors of the school to make a presentation of the Yellow Bus Company
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10.12.2013
Meeting with Headmistress and Business Manager to discuss the proposal in detail. Details were discussed
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2.12.2013
Proposal to offer School Transportation Services were submitted to Sutton Grammar School with a new
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18.11.2013
A parent of a year 8 girl travelling from Solihull every day requested Yardely Travel to
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