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John’s story – Volunteer Week 2017

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CT Passenger service driver

I am a friendly person and was looking for a charity that I could volunteer at so I could give back to the community by meeting and helping people. This has been the case at CT Passenger. Not only have I increased my owned confidence, I have also gained additional people skills.

I really enjoy working at CT Passenger services and encourage others to volunteer so that they can benefit, as well as help others.

If you’re interested in volunteering, visit our volunteer page to find out more.

Dave’s volunteer story – Volunteer Week 2017

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Dave – Volunteer CT Passenger driver

Before working at CT Passenger services as a driver my life was quite mundane; I was bored, shy, quite depressed and unable to engage in conversation with others.

I originally began working at CT Passenger services as a part of a work placement scheme run through the job centre. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to stay on when the placement was finished.

Volunteering has helped me  feel useful and I have became more confident in the knowledge that my driving skills helps others get from A to B, as well as helps them remain independent and socialise with others.

The environment at CT Passenger services is very friendly and I enjoy the company of my colleagues. I’ve also been MIDAS trained and have increased my customer service skills. I would encourage others to volunteer here as I have really have had an excellent experience overall.


If you’re interested in volunteering, visit our volunteer page to find out more.

Getting you to the Mobility Roadshow

By | Disabilities, Exhibition, Shuttle service, Transport | No Comments

Mobility Roadshow logo

CT Passenger services are pleased to announce that we will be providing the shuttle service for The Mobility Roadshow for the third year in a row.

The free event has been organised by Disability Choice to provide  people with disabilities to access mobility advice and services.

CT Passenger services will be picking up passengers from Leamington train station and dropping them to the exhibition,  which takes place on 1st  – 3rd  June at the NAEC in Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.

To register for the event and receive updates visit

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Our trained drivers will get you to and from The Mobility Roadshow between 1st – 3rd June.

CT Passenger Service to continue delivery of renal patient transport.

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We are pleased to announce that we are set to continue working in partnership with West Midlands Ambulance Service  to transport renal patients from Balsall Health, Castle Vale and Woodgate Valley to hospital appointments.

A total 164 patients use the service that is due to increase with the addition of a new route, which will include picking up patients from the Sparkbrook in Birmingham

The personalised service has worked to increase patient wellbeing and employment opportunities with 15 new drivers joining the CT Passenger team

New South Staffordshire Dial a Ride services

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We are pleased to announce that we have secured a five year contract to deliver a Home to School and Dial a Ride services for Staffordshire County Council.

Two accessible minibuses will be based at our Bilston depot and are dedicated to the service that has been set up to run throughout the southern region of South Staffordshire. This service started on Monday 5th September

The morning school run starts at 8am and transports children living within the local area to Codsall Middle and Community High Schools.

The Dial a Ride services then run from 9am Monday to Friday throughout the day, and between 10am to 6pm every Saturday.

Prices start at £1.20 per journey with concessionary prices available.

To book the dial a ride service or to find out more, call CT Passenger services on 01902-491-209 or email

Our Buzz

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CT Passenger have recently taken delivery of 2 new Peugeot Boxter minibuses, based at their depot located in Sandwell, West Bromwich, and given them the label “Your Buzz.”

They have a capacity of 16 seats and/or up to 3 wheelchair spaces and will be
used for providing group travel for voluntary and community groups with in the Black Country.

Liz Sutton – Operations Manager at Community Transport for the West Midlands says –“ with the addition of these modern, comfortable minibuses to our existing fleet of 21vehicles we will now be able to provide more affordable, convenient, greener and safe travel for our local community.
We want the “Your Buzz” logo to be synonymous with fun days out for all ages”.