What is community transport? Who can access it?
Community transport is a service for people who require transport to recreation and shopping areas, access to medical and social services and social contact.
Community transport services are available for people who are experiencing transport disadvantage:
- People who are financially disadvantaged, isolated or have a mobility impairment
- People who are having difficulty with activities of daily living and their carers
- People with disabilities and their carers
Department of Veterans Affairs card holders are eligible users.
Community transport options in the Greater Hume Council area
A timetable of the community transport options can be accessed at any Council office, or doctor surgery or Meals on Wheels in the shire.
Alternatively click here to download a copy.(PDF, 68KB)