Points to consider
Identify transportation needs: a survey can be carried out among families to find out their travel habits, the location of their homes and their possible interest in changing these habits.
Analyze the impact on public health: consider the times of entry and exit to the center, as well as the number of cars that double park, since reducing pollution and noise has a great impact on the health of students.
Motivate students: a bikebus is a tool to acquire autonomy, develop healthy habits and feel part of a group.
Integrate it with center activities: the bicycle can be incorporated into the Physical Education area through didactic units, or use the bicycle as a means of transport for activities outside the center, such as visits to museums and natural spaces.
Participate in global events and programs: the bikebus can be a way to participate in state or European events related to the environment and mobility, such as Mobility Week, Bicycle Day, the School Revolt or 30 days by bicycle.