Community TransportCommunity transport
What does it do?
The following are some of the community transport schemes operating in Cambridgeshire:
- Rural Hoppa - operates one day a week in Ramsey and Huntingdon
- Cambridgeshire Minibus Brokerage Scheme (CaMBS) - vehicle-sharing scheme that enables community groups, clubs and not-for-profit organisations to use accessible and affordable minibuses. Download the CaMBS leaflet (pdf, 1.5MB) for more information
- Dial-a-Ride - provides 'door-to-door' transport to Dial-a-Ride members
- Shopmobility - lends manual wheelchairs and powered scooters to members of the public with limited mobility to shop or visit leisure and commercial facilities within the town, city or shopping centre
- Hiring community transport vehicles - ideal for local community-based groups or families who have a wheelchair-bound member in their party
- Voluntary car schemes - offers organised lifts to those needing to make essential journeys where no suitable public transport services exist
Who it is for?
People in Cambridgeshire
Where it is available?
Local service (East Cambridgeshire, Fenland, Huntingdonshire, Cambridge, South Cambridgeshire).
What it costs:
Contact organisation for details
How to access or apply for it:
See contact details above
Info last updated:
Box SH 1013, Cambridgeshire County Council, Castle Court, Shire Hall, Cambridge, CB3 0AP