A new website has been created for the moped loan sheme in Kent. Please click the logo:
The scheme in Surrey has now closed, but some mopeds are still available. For more details please contact us.
East Surrey Rural Transport partnership has taken over the running of the Caterham Volunteer Car Scheme and renamed it as the North Tandridge Volunteer Car Scheme. Details are on the Tandridge page of the Community Transport Directory.
East Surrey Rural Transport Partnership has been awarded funding from Tandridge District Council to provide dial-a-ride services from 3 April 2017. The new service will be offered across the district and will include transport around the district, to the Douglas Brunton Centre and the opportunity for residents to book days out. Details are on the Tandridge page of the Community Transport Directory.
Tandridge Buses 4U
Please note that the above services are completely separate and distinct from the Tandridge Buses 4U demand responsive service that is open to the public and funded by Surrey County Council. Details of this service are also on the Tandridge page of the Community Transport Directory and on the Buses 4U website at: Tandridge Buses 4U
With effect from 7 April 2015, ESRTP has been contracted by Cobham Community Bus CIC to operate a new community bus service in the Cobham area. Full details are at: Chatterbus
Buses 4U is our own community transport service that operates in East Surrey and West Kent. Full details are on our sister website which can be visited by clicking the logo:
You can find out what community transport schemes are available in the the whole of Surrey by looking in our on-line Surrey Community Transport Directory using the link to the left.
Elmbridge Community Transport and East Surrey Dial-a-ride for quotes.
Oxted Link and Elmbridge Community Transport for photographs.
The East Surrey Rural Transport Partnership
is a registered charity (No. 1121750) which aims to:
"... improve access to transport services in the east Surrey area, for those who because of age, physical disability, geographic remoteness or lack of available public transport cannot make the journeys that they need to undertake a range of day to day activities that most would consider to be normal."