Community transport

Information on accessible community transport for older people and those with disabilities.

Dial-a-Ride and other schemes

Find out more about the Dial-a-Ride scheme, Hillingdon Community Transport and railcards

Dial-a-Ride

Dial-a-Ride is run by TfL and is for those with a permanent or long-term disability which means they're unable to use public transport. You must be a member to use the scheme.

Find out more about Dial-a-Ride

Hillingdon Community Transport

Hillingdon Community Transport Ltd. is a voluntary organisation and registered charity, part funded by Hillingdon Council. Its aim is to provide a fully accessible, affordable minibus service to disabled individuals, voluntary groups and eligible organisations. You must become a member to use this service.

Find out more about Hillingdon Community Transport

Railcards

Railcards offer discounted train fares. If you have a disability that makes travelling by train difficult, you may qualify for a Disabled Persons Railcard. There's also a Senior Railcard available for those aged 60 and above.

Find out more about Railcards

Page last updated: 30 Jun 2020