Active School Travel schools and results | Brisbane City Council

Active School Travel schools and results

Since 2004, 157 schools and more than 104,000 students have participated in the Active School Travel (AST) program.

In 2017 our AST schools achieved the following results:

  • 23% increase in active travel
  • 23% reduction in car trips
  • 20% increase in walking trips
  • 50% of students actively travelling to school each day
  • 82% of parents reported their child’s road safety awareness improved as a result of the program.

Council is currently working with the following AST schools over a three year period:

Schools on the program since 2018 

  • Camp Hill State Infants and Primary School
  • Enoggera State School
  • Everton Park State School
  • Geebung State School
  • Graceville State School
  • Ironside State School, St Lucia
  • Lota State School
  • Middle Park State School
  • Moorooka State School
  • Nashville State School, Brighton
  • Oakleigh State School, Ashgrove
  • Payne Road State School, The Gap
  • Shorncliffe State School
  • St Elizabeth's Catholic Primary School, Tarragindi
  • St Pius X Catholic Primary School, Salisbury

Schools on the program since 2017

  • Belmont State School
  • Greenslopes State School
  • Holy Spirit School, New Farm
  • Ithaca Creek State School
  • Manly West State School
  • Mansfield State School
  • Moggill State School
  • Norman Park State School
  • Oxley State School
  • Robertson State School
  • Sandgate State School
  • St Joseph’s School, Nundah
  • St Pius School, Banyo
  • St Sebastian’s School, Yeronga
  • Windsor State School

Schools on the program since 2016

  • Ashgrove State School
  • Dutton Park State School
  • Ferny Grove State School
  • Holland Park State School
  • Indooroopilly State School
  • Mayfield State School
  • Mitchelton State School
  • Morningside State School
  • Murarrie State School
  • Salisbury State School
  • Seville Road State School
  • St Flannan's School, Zillmere

Council has worked with each school to create tailored AST travel maps, highlighting potential active school travel routes around each school. 

For more information about AST and to nominate or register your interest for the program, email the AST team or contact Council.
 
16 August 2018