Kesgrave has reasonably good bus services. But the buses don’t always go to the places people need to get to and bus connections are not always available at the times people need to travel. Also, some residents are unable to use bus services due to health problems – for example they are unable to walk to / from the nearest bus stop. All of this can mean that people struggle to access essential services and medical appointments.
It is these kinds of journeys that community transport can help with. Community transport services fill in the gaps left by our bus and train services. So, whether you need to reach a rural location off the bus and rail network or attend a medical appointment that you can’t reach by bus, community transport is there to help.