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Hampstead is an area of North-West London, with the highest concentration of schools in Western Europe. The school run brings the narrow Hampstead roads to a standstill, with Fitzjohn’s Avenue being the worst affected.

 

In May 2018, HomeRun was launched across two of the most prestigious schools in the area. The schools have over 85% of all their parents signed up and active on the platform.
Utilisation of the HomeRun journey share and independent travel features, is reducing their car usage during the school run by 
27%

COMMUTE FOOTPRINT

NO. OF PUPILS

 515 PUPILS 

TOTAL JOURNEY

DISTANCE

 729 MILES 

AVG. JOURNEY

DISTANCE

 2.7 MILES 

AVG. JOURNEY

TIME

 21 MINS 

Primary transport mode by start location of journey

179 cars used on the two school’s commutes are
registered on the HomeRun Platform

91 users that
drive their children to school are using HomeRun to
journey share.

47 users that
drive their children
to school are using HomeRun to progress their children to 
Independent Travel.

KEY CONCLUSIONS

Over the last decade, local authority practices aimed at promoting sustainable travel and reducing car usage have failed to produce significant outcomes. Continuing to pursue outdated methods will further alienate schools and parents from engaging with such initiatives in future.

Parents want to improve
their school commutes and are looking to journey share and progress their children
on to independent travel wherever possible.

Providing reasonable alternatives to private car usage holds the key to significant reductions.
Punitive measures such as
road closures or financial 
levies should only be 
considered as a last resort.

HomeRun removed 70 cars from these two Hampstead schools, equating to a total reduction of 27%

 

Including a 18% modal shift from driving to walking, cycling and public transport. 

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