Brunei Darussalam is one of the most car-dependent countries in the world. The low cost of running a car, driven by a Government policy of subsidising fuel, continues to ensure the car is the preferred option for almost all trips including school run. This high car dependency leads to heavy traffic congestion outside schools and this is exacerbated as Brunei has an atypical school traffic pattern due to its unique education systems. This causes many urban roads in Brunei to have a unique traffic flow profile, with a very prominent midday peak. Transportation planning is essential in order to improve and increase the efficiency of the country's transportation system. This study thus attempts to present an overview of state of art of various methods of travel demand modelling, in order to find the most suitable method for modelling the school run situation and enable potential solutions to be proposed and evaluated. It is found that research is still required in order to develop travel demand models for school run and also to find other solutions to solve the issue of school-related congestion.