The Blue Badge Scheme allows you to park closer to your destination if you’re disabled.
The Voluntary Car Scheme provides transport to help people in the Fareham and Titchfield area get to medical appointments. The scheme relies on donations to cover the volunteer’s costs of using their own car, and drivers are all interviewed and police checked. For more information about using the service, or if you are interested in becoming a volunteer driver call the number below.
Provides transport for Lee-on-the-Solent residents who are elderly, housebound and incapacitated to hospital, medical appointments and miscellaneous requirements.
Contribution based on return mileage.
Passengers in wheelchairs can be accommodated if wheelchairs can fold and passengers can transfer from their wheelchair into a car.
If you are a local community group or charity and are organising a day trip, why not hire one of our fully accessible minibuses? For more information call the number below.
ICANGO is a Lee-on-the-Solent organisation working to provide community transport for local people. Working in partnership with St Faith’s Church and Gosport Voluntary Action we operate three minibuses. Most months we organise around 40 trips which enable older people and those with disabilities to get out and about.
A door to door, fully accessible minibus service for people who find it difficult to use public transport. Residents in Fareham and Gosport welcome to register for shopping and social trips. Fees apply, discounts available for bus pass holders.
An application form can be downloaded from the website.
For hospital appointments. Arranged on your behalf by GP or outpatient clinic. Certain criteria apply. Speak to your GP or consultant.
Voluntary driving service for older people, or people who are disabled. Helps with things such as medical appointments and visiting clubs and friends.
We’re a partnership of transport companies, local authorities and passenger groups which have come together to bring you routes and times for all travel in Great Britain by bus, rail, coach and ferry.
Coach journeys throughout UK. Senior Coachcard and Disabled Coachcard costs £10 and you can get 1/3 off travel all year round. Contact helpline to discuss accessible travel arrangements at least 36 hours before you travel.
Door-to-door service, can be booked in advance, some companies accept concessionary travel vouchers. Some taxis also take wheelchairs and small mobility scooters. Always ensure the taxi you use is licensed.
See phone directory for local companies.
Whether you’re looking for information about local cycle routes to work, walking maps or links to public transport you can access it all here from our website. We offer advice about travel choices in your area that may result in saving you time and money. You may also benefit from improved wellbeing and reduce your carbon output at the same time. As well as providing personalised travel plans for local residents, we also work with schools, colleges and work places to deliver fun, community based travel challenges.
Bus operator within Gosport and most of Hampshire.
Live life to the full with our safe, friendly, and reliable community companion and driving service. We provide companion driving services for the elderly, children, disabled and for anyone who is unable to drive. We help you get back your independence, enabling you to get out and about and enjoy everyday living. Our dedicated drivers will also help you in and out of the car, going to appointments, shopping and accompany you on outings. Special requirements are catered for including assistance with a walker or wheelchair.
The older person’s bus pass entitles you to free travel on bus services throughout England, including London, from 9.30am to 11pm Monday to Friday and all day at weekends and on public holidays.
The disabled person’s bus pass entitles you to free all day travel on bus services on journeys starting in Hampshire (not Portsmouth and Southampton) regardless of where you are travelling to. Free travel between 9.30am to 11pm Monday to Friday and all day at weekends and on public holidays on bus services throughout the rest of England (including London).
The disabled person’s bus pass plus companion entitles you to free all day travel on bus services for pass holder and companion on journeys starting in Hampshire (not Portsmouth and Southampton) regardless of where you are travelling to. Free travel, for the pass holder only, 9.30am to 11pm Monday to Friday and all day at weekends and on public holidays on bus services throughout the rest of England (including London). Companions must pay for their journey.
Travel vouchers are an enhancement to the scheme for disabled people who are unable to use a bus service. Travel vouchers are an alternative to the bus pass. You cannot have both. To use community transport services we recommend you apply for a disabled person’s bus pass. Travel vouchers do not entitle you to discounted fares, you will need to pay the full fare for all services.
A confidential skills appraisal for drivers aged over 60
You may be able to apply for a disabled person’s rail card, if you are in receipt of certain benefits, are visually impaired or registered as deaf, please see website for details.
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