DART in partnership with community sector partners, statutory agencies acrosss health and councils and community groups is preparing a four year bid for funding to support groups through the provision of safe affordable and accessible transport support to build community group capacity and increase health and well-being for group members.
We are keen to hear your views on how lack of transport provision is affecting your community and group members and are keen for your views to inform our project development and ongoing delivery.
Please find project details below along with transport needs survey by downloading our Making Communities Mobile survey attached.
Please contact us on 02838317810 to discuss your group transport needs.
Why are your valuable services like Dial-A-Lift, Disability Action Transport Service or even community transport not mentioned once in the DRD’s Accessible Transport Strategy 2025 consultation document?
DART is asking the same question through our consultation response, available here – along with our colleagues in the Community Transport Netork NI.
However, we need our member groups and individual users to also respond to this critical consultation which could affect how your future community transport services are delivered.
Please join our national campaign which is voicing real concerns about the consulatation process and outcomes by responding to the consultation before the deadline of the 20/11/2015.
Contact us at DART for further information or help with your response.
Your completed responses shoudl be sent to DRD(NI) via:
Write to –
Accessible Transport Strategy 2025 Consultation,
Sustainable Transport Branch,
3rd Floor Clarence Court,
10 – 18 Adelaide Street,
Belfast, BT2 8GB
People living in the countryside have been “disadvantaged and neglected” by cuts in the provision of schools, banks and public transport, the Northern Ireland Assembly has been told.
Read full article here – https://t.co/tS8JKloek3