Community Transport is transport which is run by Community Groups, Voluntary Organisations or Social Enterprises. It is often beneficial to people who are unable to access public transport due to a rural location or disabilities.
Please click the links below to find out more information on what Community Transport is available in Lincolnshire.
Don’t forget that Lincolnshire also has a car sharing database. Go to www.lincshare.co.uk to see who is going your way, and whether it is possible to share your journey.
The Lincoln Dial-a-Ride service operates a door to door supported service in the Lincoln and North Hykeham area
On this page you can find the contact details of community minibuses which are available for groups to hire for trips and outings.
A Voluntary Car Scheme and Community Bus operates in the Stamford area.
Voluntary or Community Car Schemes are one of the most flexible forms of community transport and make a significant contribution to the movement of mainly elderly residents in rural locations across Lincolnshire.
The county wide Wheels to Work programme has been running since May 2010 to help those who are most rurally isolated access work and training.