Total Mobility

The Total Mobility scheme assists eligible people, with long-term impairments, to access appropriate transport to meet their daily needs and enhance their community participation.

This is provided in the form of subsidised door-to-door transport services wherever scheme transport providers operate.

It is funded in partnership by local and central government.

Fifty percent of the fair is subsidised, up to a maximum subsidy – which varies between regions. If the total fare is more than the maximum subsidy, passengers must meet the additional cost.

The Cerebral Palsy Society’s getOutThere programme helps financial members, who have Cerebral Palsy, fund part of this.

Total Mobility is managed and operated by regional councils.

You can find an assessor by contacting the local CCS Disability Action branch.

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