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Dial a bus

Dial a Bus on demand services
 
Some areas of Scotland provide accessible and "on demand" (or community transport) bus services for customers who have difficulty using regular buses. You can dial up a bus if you need to go shopping, visit friends, catch a train or simply need to get from A to B in your local area. The bus will pick you up as near to your home and drop you off as near to your destination as possible.
 
Here are some services in local areas:
 
The My-Bus service is run by Strathclyde Passenger Transport (SPT) and covers a large area of the west of Scotland. It also has a separate service for people living in rural areas where there is no public transport.
 
A community transport service is offered in Edinburgh and the Lothians by the Edinburgh Community Transport Group and HCL (formerly Handicabs).
 
Aberdeenshire Council offers an A2B dial a bus service
 
To find out more about "on demand" or community transport schemes in your area, check your local authority website.
 
 
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