Exeter Community Transport Association

Exeter Community Transport Association

The Greater Exeter Access Project is a facility which offers access to parts of the city via our recently purchased Tramper vehicle.

Areas that were difficult to reach for the mobility - challenged are now within the Tramper's scope. Some of these areas include but are not limited to The Quay, Pennsylvania and Topsham.

This service is for the use of all individuals (once registered and trained) who are suffering from mobility problems whether they are temporary or permanent.

The Tramper is a great way to get around Exeter and surrounding areas - up to 30 miles can be reached depending on terrain.

Some of the accessible areas around Exeter are:- Exeter Quay, Exe Bridge Retail Park, Cricklepit Mill, Custom House, Marsh Barton, The House That Moved West Street in the West Quarter, University of Exeter, Northcott Theatre, Medieval Exe Bridge, Double Locks, Topsham and many more. Exeter

The furthest our Tramper has travelled so far is The Double Locks, on Exeter's canal. Following on from this the Tramper took Redhills in its stride on a trip to the Royal Oak in Nadderwater.

The cost for hire of a Tramper is £6 for up to 3 hours or £10 for 6 hours

For more accessible areas, click here.

Download our leaflet here.

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