The county's bus network is just the ticket to discover the area's wealth of attractions. Why not use the bus to get out and about to explore what Lincolnshire has to offer?
Whether you're travelling locally, going to work or planning a trip further afield, let the bus take the strain. You relax and make the most of your travel time.
See further information about bus travel on the Lincolnshire County Council website >>
To check train times, fares and facilities for any train journey visit the National Rail Enquiries website or see the individual train operators websites shown below.
Dial A Ride is a door to door accessible minibus service for disabled people and the over 60's who cannot use public transport. Passengers must register as members before booking the service. It picks you up from your home and takes you to your destination. Further information is available from their website >>
Stamford Community Transport
Stamford Community Transport also offers an accessible Community Bus for the elderly and disabled unable to access public transport. It also runs a voluntary car scheme with local car owners offering lifts to those unable to use other forms of transport. There is a mileage charge for all these transport options. Further information is available from their Facebook page >>
Voluntary Car Scheme
Voluntary Car Schemes operate in other parts of the county. To find out if your village has access to a scheme, check the Travel Lincolnshire website and click on provider search. Find your village using the A-Z buttons.
The County's award-winning Call Connect service operates across Lincolnshire and is available to everyone wanting to access public transport. All Call Connect vehicles are fully accessible and a valid concessionary bus pass can be used on this service.
Call Connect is a demand responsive service which is simple to access - just call, book and travel. Further information is available from their website >>