Community transport services make use of accessible vehicles to meet local transport needs not catered for by conventional public transport. They mainly operate on a not-for-profit basis and are often run by community-based organisations and volunteers. Please see the right hand side of this page for some useful links relating to Community Transport.
Community Transport Hub
The Community Transport Hub provides signposting information, advice and guidance on community transport services for Buckinghamshire. You can contact them on 0800 085 8480 or 01844 348834 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday or email email@example.com
Chilterns Dial-a-Ride operates in the Chiltern and Wycombe district and certain areas of South Bucks district. If you live in these areas and find it difficult or impossible to use existing public transport, you will be welcomed as a member. Members are often elderly, frail or have mental health problems or learning difficulties - permanent or temporary, but you don’t need to be elderly or a wheelchair user to join.
To become a member please contact The Chilterns Dial a Ride using the contact details below. There is an annual cost to join, plus a cost per journey. All of the services are available Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm.
Members can go shopping, to work, visit friends, attend day centres, doctors’ surgeries, social events. Any kind of trip you want to make. Dial-a-Ride provides a door to door service, so charges will be higher than the bus fare for a similar journey, but generally will be considerably less than a taxi fare.
All vehicles are fully accessible and have passenger lifts, shallow steps, grab rails, enhanced safety equipment and safety locking secure tracking for wheelchairs.
The Chilterns Dial-a-Ride
23 Cottage Offices