Dial-a-Ride

What does it do?

You will need to book your journey in advance to be sure of a seat. You will be collected from your door at an arranged time and the driver will help you into the vehicle. Vehicles are equipped with a lift or ramp, which can be used by anyone who has difficulty in climbing steps.

Basingstoke Dial-a-Ride operate a service linking villages such as Bentworth, Chawton, Four Marks, Froyle, Farringdon, Lasham, Medstead, and Ropley into Alton every Tuesday.

Who it is for?

Dial-a-Ride provides door-to-door transport for anyone who finds it difficult or impossible to use ordinary transport. You don’t have to be registered disabled or confined to a wheelchair to use Dial-a-Ride e.g. you might have difficulty climbing the steps on buses, or be unable to walk to the bus stop.

Dial-a-Ride vehicles also carry passengers in wheelchairs.

Where it is available?

Local service (East Hampshire, Basingstoke and Deane).

What it costs:

Fares are about the same as you would pay on ordinary buses.

How to access or apply for it:

If you would like to find out more about the Basingstoke Dial-a-Ride service, telephone 01256 462101.

Classification(s):

Info last updated:

20/11/2013
Provider

East Hampshire District Council