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Community Transport schemes

Community Transport Information

Community Transport is a vital link in the accessible transport network.

London is lucky to have a large number of local schemes that all work hard to provide a much needed and valued service to the capital’s disabled and older communities.

Community Transport schemes are voluntary sector organisations that vary between boroughs both in size and the services they provide.
Some organisations offer door to door services for individuals, while some only provide services for local groups. Some CTs hire out their vehicles with or without drivers. Some run regular shopping trips and local shopmobility schemes.

Contact your local organisation for more details.

Most Community Transport services require you to be a member in order to use their services. There is usually a small charge for individual trips, and higher fees for other services such as group transportation or vehicle hire.

City of London, Greenwich and Redbridge do not have a Community Transport Service.

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