Bristol Community Transport News
Bristol Community Transport news
Bristol Community Transport unveiled as Metrobus m1 operator
09 Apr 2018: Bristol Community Transport has today been unveiled as the operator of the longest Metrobus route – the m1 – connecting south Bristol, the city centre, UWE and Cribbs Causeway offering a new bus service that will be rapid and reliable.
Bristol Community Transport begins bus services
03 Sep 2017: We have begun operation of four bus routes in the Bristol area, under a contract with Bristol City Council.
Social Access joins the HCT Group
20 Mar 2017: We are delighted to announce that Social Access (formerly Bristol Dial-A-Ride), has joined HCT Group, providing the opportunity to establish Bristol’s first citywide network of community transport services.
Celebrating social impact in Bristol
15 Nov 2016: Bristol Community Transport celebrated the social impact they achieved last year at an event with stakeholders, service users and staff.
Bristol Lord Mayor helps celebrate HCT’s social impact
05 Nov 2015: HCT Group celebrated its social impact in Bristol with local stakeholders, commissioners, community groups and staff.
England’s first wheelchair accessible car club vehicle launched in Bristol
16 Apr 2015: Wheelchair users in Bristol can now use a fully wheelchair accessible car by the hour in a new scheme from Bristol Community Transport and Co-wheels, using an on-street bay provided by Bristol City Council.
Welcome to our new website
03 Mar 2015: Bristol Community Transport is pleased to unveil its brand new website. We hope that you enjoy looking around and find it useful.
We've moved to new premises!
03 Mar 2015: After spending fourteen years based in Easton, BCT has moved to a larger premises just four miles away in Bedminster.
Volunteer drivers needed
03 Mar 2015: If you’d like to make a real difference to your community, then volunteering with Bristol Community Transport could be just what you’ve been looking for.