Community transport is for people who cannot use conventional public transport services. This could be because they do not have access to these services or because they are unable to use it because of sensory and/or mobility problems.
There are a variety of community transport schemes in Surrey. Local transport solutions are designed around users' needs resulting in innovative and flexible schemes. These schemes include community buses, Dial-a-ride, voluntary car schemes and Demand Responsive Transport (DRT). Taxis and private hire vehicles are another method of transport and taxis can provide wheelchair user accessible vehicles.
Below you will find further information on the schemes on offer in Surrey, including case studies from volunteers and users of Community Transport.
If you are interested in further details of how to set up a community bus service you can contact the Passenger Transport Group. As well as community transport, information on all Surrey bus services is available from the bus timetables webpage. You will also find information on bus services to hospitals in Surrey and details on low floor accessible buses available.