Earlier this month we welcomed 40 QRoutes Users from as far afield as North Tyneside and East Sussex to our User Group Meeting in Birmingham. QRoutes User Groups are an opportunity for the community of school transport planners to compare notes, and share challenges and successes. And this, the third, was the biggest and best [...]
Jeff, our Business Development Director, recently completed a marathon! He did walk it (literally!) so you might think that’s not so difficult. But he recoups kudos because it was overnight. He and his group set off on The Shine Walk at 9.30pm from Southwark Park and wending their way through Fleet Street, Pentonville Road, Park Lane, [...]
Miniplus ran a short article about Kent County Council's use of QRoutes recently. You can read the article here Look out for their longer feature in the September issue, to be published 20th August.
Sheffield City Council has turned to the latest mapping and routing technology to improve Special Educational Needs (SEN) transport. The council, which provides transport for 1000 children to around 35 schools, has deployed cloud-based software from QRoutes to work out the best routes and optimise resources. The SEN fleet comprises 160 passenger vehicles and there [...]
Bristol, 10 April 2018 - Bedford Borough Council has employed the latest computer software from QRoutes to optimise the council’s transport services. With transformation of Bedford’s schools from a three-tier to a two-tier structure, policy changes meant that the council’s home to school transport network had to be reorganised. QRoutes route planning software was used to assess [...]