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PlusBus Door-to-Door

The PlusBus Door-to-Door scheme provides an accessible minibus service for people who find it difficult to use public transport.

The service provides door-to-door transport to destinations anywhere within the London Borough of Camden.

The service runs Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm.

Journeys are booked in advance and you may sometimes need to be flexible with the time you wish to travel. There are no limits on the amount of trips an individual can make.

How to apply

You will need to complete an application form and provide proof of permanent residence in the London Borough of Camden. This can be done as follows:


Applicants of any age can apply, provided that they live permanently in the London Borough of Camden.

Applicants may qualify automatically if they receive:

  • disability living allowance
  • attendance allowance
  • war pensioners' mobility supplement or
  • are registered blind or partially sighted or have a BD8/CVI certificate.

You may also qualify automatically if you are a member of the following Camden schemes:

Applicants who do not meet the above criteria can also apply if their mobility is so restricted that they find it difficult to use public transport.

Cost to user

There is currently no charge for membership of the PlusBus Door-to-Door scheme. There are no restrictions on the numbers of trips, however the transport provided is subject to availability.

Where can I travel?

The service needs to be booked in advance. Members can travel to any destination within the borough boundaries.

Further information

More information can be obtained by contacting Camden Accessible Travel Solutions.

Registered disabled card

Many organisations and providers offer discounts, special concessions or access to certain facilities to disabled people.

Sometimes it can be difficult to provide evidence without revealing personal or sensitive information. In response to this we have introduced a Registered Disabled Card, for current holders of Camden's disabled travel concessions.

registered disabled card

This card substantiates that the holder is Registered Disabled by the Council in accordance with Department for Transport guidance and relevant Local Authority Transport criteria. The Registered Disabled Card provides a simple and easy approach to accessing concessions or facilities available  for disabled  people.

Clients known to Camden Accessible Travel Solutions through schemes, such as the Disabled Parking (Blue) Badge scheme and Disabled Persons Freedom Pass scheme, can apply for a  Registered Disabled Card at a cost of £10. The card will be valid for the same amount of time as the holder's travel concession.

The card is available for free to all Older Persons' Freedom Pass Holders who qualify for a Disabled Persons' Freedom Pass.

Apply for a card

Please contact Camden Accessible Travel Solutions for more information and to purchase a Registered Disabled Card.

Camden mobility forum

Camden mobility forum is for all local residents who want to make transport throughout the borough more accessible. The purpose of the forum is to review and make recommendations to improve access our schemes for mobility.

Attending the forum is an opportunity for disabled people, their carers and  disability organisations to come together to provide feedback.

Attendance at this forum is by invitation only, but you can request to be added to the invitation register.

Note: If you are interested in attending  you must already be a member of one of our Accessible Travel schemes.

Further information

Contact Accessible Travel Solutions