We all know people for whom accessible and inclusive transport is an indispensable necessity. In an era of multi modal transport, where many don’t want to own a car or owning a car isn’t a practical solution, it’s important that our ambition is not just to develop accessible modes of transport, but also to develop accessible transport networks. By its very nature, the accessibility of public transport is often limited by fixed routes, distances travelled and the physical location of its users. It is when community transport works as part of a holistic transport network that people can get to where they need to be as easily as possible.
The following is a feature from the latest issue of the CTA Journal looking at how community transport can play a vital role in a more integrated transport network. Click on the image below to access the article.