From suburban cities to remote rural communities, community transport assists people from many walks of life to continue living an independent life.
Community transport groups provide non-profit transport that caters to the needs of frail aged people and their carers who cannot make use of private or public transport systems; younger persons with moderate or severe disabilities; and isolated residents living in rural areas who do not have access to public transport.
How can I access Community Transport?
Community transport is available for almost anyone requiring transportation. Depending on your circumstances you may need to go through a short assessment and registration process. The best way to do this is to contact your local community transport service provider directly.
You can search for local community transport service on our interactive map which contains listings of over 100 contacts in New South Wales.