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Croydon Accessible Transport (CAT)

Croydon’s Accessible Transport (CAT) is a registered Charity, supported by Croydon Council. We provide minibuses at low cost for a wide range of community groups and not for profit organisations within the borough. Our fleet comprises twelve vehicles ranging from 13 to 16 passenger seats. All bar one of these vehicles are fully accessible. Groups normally provide their own driver, however we try very hard to provide drivers when required.  We can also supply paid drivers.  We provide full training for drivers and passenger assistants, including D1 PCV training.

Address:
Cornerstone House , 14 Willis Road , Croydon , Surrey, CR0 2XX
Umbrella org:
Community Transport Association
Area serviced:
Croydon and environs
Contact name:
Rob Macchi
Job title:
CEO
Telephone:
020 8683 1800 (bookings), 020 8665 0861 (enquiries)
Fax:
020 8665 1972
Opening times:
Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
Disabled access:
Yes
Buses:
West Croydon Tram Stop, 50, 75, 157, 450, 468, X68, N68
Train/tube:
West Croydon Station
Parking:
Limited access only
Sector:
Voluntary

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