Understanding mobility patterns and transportation challenges for children and young people is fundamental in order to give them proper access to education, friends, social activities and set the basis for a bright future. However, juvenile travel needs, especially those non-school related but intended for leisure and recreational activities, are currently not properly addressed. At the same time, the right to have a safe travel environment is often overlooked. This chapter reflects on children’s mobility behaviour and goes deeper into the struggles they face to access transport. It also provides a series of considerations on how to make the transport sector more friendly for younger people and to eventually reduce their dependence on their parents.