Chelmsford Community Transport


What does it do?

COMMUNITY / HOSPITAL TRANSPORT (also known as dial-a-ride and community car scheme)

We have a team of volunteers who drive their own cars, plus several minibuses equipped with wheelchair lifts.

Journeys can be for any reason - hospital appointment, day centre, shopping, personal. All journeys must be within Chelmsford and neighbouring boroughs and start or finish within Chelmsford City Council's boundaries.

You must book your journey at least 2 days in advance.

For some trips to Broomfield hospital by minibus, you can use your concessionary bus pass, but for all other journeys a contribution based on mileage applies.

Whenever possible, please be flexible in your timing as we need to schedule our vehicles efficiently to meet demand. You should expect to share a vehicle and it may divert to collect other passengers on the way to your destination.


We provide a regular bus service - the Danbury Flyer - every Monday and Friday morning around Danbury and Little Baddow.

Who it is for?

We provide door-to-door transport by car or minibus for those who are unable to use public transport because of physical or mental disability, or rural exclusion.

Where it is available?

Local service (Chelmsford).

What it costs:

Contact organisation for details

How to access or apply for it:

See contact details above


Info last updated:

Baddow Park West Hanningfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 7SY