The CTA in Northern Ireland
The CTA works to support its members in Northern Ireland through its office in Belfast.
Our work in Northern Ireland is supported by the Department for Regional Development.
CTA in Northern Ireland generates additional finance to support its core services in Northern Ireland from its social enterprise activities and fund-raising to help us make a difference for our members.
Northern Ireland has a population of over 1.8 million with a high percentage living in rural communities. Northern Ireland has the highest level of disability in the UK and so we work hard to ensure accessible community transport solutions and issues are on the agenda of all our politicians and policy-makers.
Our pioneering services in Northern Ireland are wide-reaching but all share our commitment to deliver social change through leadership, learning and enterprise.
The stars of the recent CTA NI BBC Lifeline film promoting CT services and recruiting volunteer drivers across NI.
L-R back row: Jacqueline Ritchie (CTA Development Officer for NI), Janet Grey MBE World Blind Water Skiing Champion, Alan Gilmore DART Partnership, Comedian Tim McGarry, LVRT Driver Gary, passenger Margaret
L-R front row: passenger Terry, Ann Collins former Co-ordinator of Shopmobility NI, Kellie Armstrong CTA Director for NI
Read the CTA Northern Ireland State of the Sector Report 2010 - A guide to the size and scope of community transport activity in Northern Ireland.
To find a CT operator in Northern Ireland click here
Section 10b Permits (NI members or members operating vehicles based in NI)
CTA Committee for Northern Ireland