The council is installing CCTV cameras for enforcement on our school streets, which are when roads outside schools close during drop-off and pick-up times.
School streets have been hugely popular with parents and teachers as they are a lot safer for pupils and have been a good way of getting more pupils walking, cycling and scooting.
Esther, who is in year 6 at John Keble school said: "I think that it is way safer and I have been seeing more children bringing their bikes and scooters now that there is more space for them to use whatever they are using to get back home or going to school, which is really good."
Her class mate Christine, who is also in year 6 at John Keble school said: "I think it is best that cars are not on the road when kids are out because of the pollution. It can damage lungs and effect breathing, especially because of my asthma.”
Councillor Krupa Sheth, cabinet member for environment said: “I think it is brilliant that we are continuing to support school streets by using CCTV outside of schools.