Welcome to the Surrey Community Transport Directory, which is a joint project between the East Surrey Rural Transport Partnership and Surrey Community Action. The directory contains information about community transport schemes across the boroughs and districts of Surrey.
There are two ways of accessing the directory information online by following the links on the left:
1) By Map: On the map click your area to be shown the available schemes.
2) By District/Borough name: To see a list of schemes available within your area, just click on the appropriate district or borough link. All the schemes are listed at the beginning of each section, with links to the detailed information further down the page.
If your scheme is not listed here and you would like it to be, or if it is given here and the details need updating, please go to the Additions and Amendments Form page.
Whilst we try to ensure the information given here is correct and up to date, we advise potential users of any service listed here to check the details with the scheme provider before booking.
The inclusion of a scheme in this directory is not an endorsement by the East Surrey Rural Transport Partnership of the service provided.
Surrey Community Action helps establish voluntary car schemes across Surrey. For general information on such schemes visit their website at: Surrey Community Action Voluntary Car Schemes
Most of these schemes operate as part of Good Neighbour Schemes:
Many of the schemes welcome new volunteers, so if you feel you are able to spare some time, please contact Surrey Community Action or contact the scheme direct.
N.B. Many of the contacts work solely on a voluntary basis, so please respect this when calling.
There are a variety
of community transport schemes in Surrey and although they do not fit neatly
into categories because of their individuality, they are broadly as follows:
a Voluntary Car Schemes - these schemes operate with volunteers using their own cars.
b Community or Group Transport - minibuses which take groups of people, often belonging to a club, on specific journeys such as a social outing or to a lunch club.
c Dial-a-Ride - minibuses or accessible cars for people with disabilities to make everyday journeys.
The Surrey Community Transport Directory 2007 booklet was the last hard-copy version produced.
Unfortunately, funding constraints have precluded the production of an updated booklet, but the online version is updated as and when changes are notified to us.
"I think they do a good service, are always polite when they pick you up and see if you have your seatbelt on which is a good thing."