This book provides a Japanese example of daily school travel characteristics and explains spatial differences in travel patterns. Studies targeting daily travel purposes assist the formulation of local and regional plans by providing specific information. Implications of various constraints on school travel decision such as school district policy and limited transport modes are explained based on modeling results. The book evaluates the importance of a wide range of factors such as travel time, transit station distribution, household characteristics and physical factors in school travels. The relationship between household travel decisions and school travels and the prospect of linking them with holistic transport plan is emphasized. The analyses in this book are based on detailed school travel surveys and various data related to personal transport modes, transit services and built environment. Discrete choice modeling and other statistical methods are used to perform the analyses in this research work.