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Local community transport providers

Explaining the types of community transport providers in the East Riding, and how you can get involved.

What are local community transport providers?

Local community transport providers are local groups, run by volunteers, whose aim is to provide transport where no conventional services exist, or for anyone who cannot easily access existing bus services. To use the community transport services, you must be a member of a community transport scheme.

Local community transport providers 

Beverley Community Lift

Beverley Community Lift website

Goole GoFar

Goole GoFar website  

HART (North Holderness Community Transport)

HART North Holderness Community Transport website

What community transport providers are available in my area?

Local community transport providers 

Car Schemes

Car schemes provide lifts for medical appointments, access to day care, to shop or socialise.

Please contact your local group (listed above) for further details including costs and booking.

Community group hire

Community groups can hire a minibus (with or without a driver).

Please contact your local group (listed above) for further details including costs and booking. 

MiBus 

Dial a Ride services to various towns throughout the East Riding. 

Read more about MiBus in your area and how to book

How can I get involved in community transport?

If you have time to spare to help as a volunteer driver or fundraiser, your local community transport provider would love to hear from you.

Please contact your local community transport group.

Set up your own scheme

For general advice on setting up and running a community transport scheme in your area contact the Community Transport Association via the Community Transport Association website.