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Community transport

Community transport provides flexible and accessible community-led transport solutions which can help you get out and about with support. 

Explore the community transport options available in Leeds.

AccessBus is a dial-a-ride bus service providing door-to-door local transport seven days a week between 9am and 5pm. 

Anyone of any age can register for AccessBus and it is of particular benefit to people who are unable to use standard bus services as the driver assists passengers from door-to-door, including boarding and alighting and the busses are fully accessible.

Find our more and register for AccessBus

Community connector Health for all offers a range of minibuses and community cabs to help service users access not only their own groups and activities but social and health care services.

Find out more about HFA Community Transport

If you only need access to a mobility scooter temporarily or occasionally, or do not want to buy one yourself for any reason, then there you can hire a scooter for shopping and social trips out. There is a network of Shop mobility schemes across the UK that provide hire of mobility equipment such as scooters, wheelchairs and power chairs. Click the following links to find out more:

Leeds city centre Shopmobilty  

Listing of Shopmobility schemes across the rest of the UK

You will often find that some visitor attractions and parks have a stock of mobility scooters or wheelchairs they can hire out, either for a small fee or often free of charge. It is worth researching your destination before going and calling to see if they provide this service. For example the following parks in Leeds have scooter hire. Click on the links to find out more:

Roundhay Park

Golden Acre park

Last updated: 6/12/2024