Community Transport

What does it do?

Need to get somewhere, but there is no bus service from your area or you can not use it because of health or mobility problems? Then you need a local solution that is better tailored to your needs. Community transport fills the gaps left by conventional public transport services. Basically it is there to help anyone who is unable to use “normal” buses because of health or mobility problems, but also if there is no service in your area or it does not go to where you

There are two different types of community transport scheme in East Cambridgeshire; these are Dial-a-Ride services and community car schemes. 

Dial-a-Ride services are like a flexible bus service, using fully accessible minibuses and picking up passengers at their own homes. To use a dial a ride scheme you may need to pay a modest annual membership fee and book your place in advance of when you want to travel. Concessionary bus pass holders pay half fare on all three services. A leaflet has been produced for community and public transport in East Cambridgeshire, covering community car schemes, buses, trains, blue badges, bus passes, dial-a-ride services and shop mobility.