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Accessible and community transport

See also:

Dial-a-Ride and Community transport

Services for Adur residents

  • Adur Dial-a-Ride: provides a door-to-door service for anyone with a disability in Adur who finds using public transport challenging - regardless of age. Bookings can be made for various activities, including shopping, visits to see friends or medical appointments; carers are also welcome to accompany passengers. The vehicles are specially adapted to help less-able passengers and have lift platforms for wheelchairs. To book, please phone using the details below - allowing 24 hours before you wish to travel. The service is provided by Dial-a-Ride Southern Services across both Adur and Worthing, and additional destinations outside these areas are possible by request.
    See: Dial-a-Ride, Southern Services, website
  • Royal Voluntary Service - Coastal West Sussex: helps people to get out and about where mobility issues such as limited public transport can make it difficult to stay in touch with their local community. Typical journeys in either volunteers' cars or accessible vehicles can include getting to the shops, visiting friends and family and attending medical appointments. This service and vehicles available vary from area to area.
    See: Royal Voluntary Service, Coastal West Sussex, website

Services for Worthing residents

  • Royal Voluntary Service (previously the WRVS) - Coastal West Sussex: helps people to get out and about where mobility issues such as limited public transport can make it difficult to stay in touch with their local community. Typical journeys in either volunteers' cars or accessible vehicles can include getting to the shops, visiting friends and family and attending medical appointments. This service and vehicles available vary from area to area.
    See: Royal Voluntary Service, Coastal West Sussex, website
  • Worthing Dial-a-Ride: provides a door-to-door service for anyone with a disability in Worthing who finds using public transport challenging - regardless of age. Bookings can be made for various activities, including shopping, visits to see friends or medical appointments; carers are also welcome to accompany passengers. The vehicles are specially adapted to help less-able passengers and have lift platforms for wheelchairs. To book, please phone using the details below - allowing 24 hours before you wish to travel. The service is provided by Dial-a-Ride Southern Services across both Worthing and Adur, and additional destinations outside these areas are possible by request.
    See: Worthing Dial-a-Ride, Southern Services, website
  • Worthing Shopmobility: provides a range of mobility equipment to hire or buy including manual and powered wheelchairs, scooters and portable fold-up scooters (for hire) to anyone with a mobility problem as a result of permanent or temporary disablement, age, accident or illness. The service is available for use by both elderly and young alike.
    See: Worthing Shopmobility - on the Worthing Town Centre website
  • Other community transport providers: 
    See: Community and rural transport organisations - on the West Sussex County Council website

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Wheelchair accessible taxis

Wheelchair accessible taxi

Adur

Adur based companies with wheelchair accessible taxis (listed alphabetically):

  • Adur Cab Company: 01273 45 44 54
  • Car Cabs: 01273 41 41 41
  • TLink: 01273 59 59 59

Worthing

To book a wheelchair accessible taxi service please contact:

  • Worthing Taxi Association: 01903 23 03 02

Worthing based companies with wheelchair accessible taxis:

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