Community Transport

Daventry Town Community Bus (DTC Bus)

(previously called Dial-a-Ride)

The Daventry Town Community Bus (DTC Bus) is a service managed by Daventry Area Community Transport (DACT) and funded by DTC.

Previously this service was only open to those aged 65 and over but has been changed to include residents in Daventry town who have mobility and access challenges, no matter their age.

The service runs every Friday morning to coincide with one of our market days in Daventry, picking up individuals from home, dropping them off in the heart of the town centre and returning them back home.

What's more - it's FREE!

For more information or to book a seat please call DACT on 01327 701665.

Please visit the Dial-a-Ride website for up to date information about their services.

LATEST NEWS FROM DACT: Please visit their Facebook page.

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NACRE Directory of Community Transport Providers

The community transport schemes provides a responsive transport service for a wide range of people and communities – often the most vulnerable. They are operated by not-for-profit organisations and harness the experience and energy of volunteers who give freely of their time to help others. The transport services help meet local needs in areas where conventional commercial operations are not viable.

Northants ACRE has provided a Community Transport Directory for Northamptonshire. The directory lists all the providers in the county, the villages they serve, opening hours, contact details and costs. Visit their page for a copy.

Last updated: Mon, 21 Aug 2023 16:57