The CTA in Wales

Cymraeg

The CTA works to support its members in Wales through its offices in Swansea and Rhyl. Our work in Wales is supported by the Welsh Government, via its Integrated Transport Unit. It provides core funding to CTA as the "voice of community transport in Wales, to support and develop new and existing community transport operators across the country, and to serve as advocate and promoter of the section

CTA Wales project managed the Welsh Government's Community Transport Concessionary Fares Initiative from 2005 until its close in April 2013.                

Find Community Transport providers in your area - Visit  our CT online website to search for Community Transport services on your doorstep.

NEWSLETTER - The October 2014 e-bulletin is available to view here - Wales eBulletin October 2014.pdf

STATE OF THE SECTOR - A new and updated State of the Sector report has recently been published.  You can read it here:

CTA State of the Sector report for Wales 2014 (English) [PDF version here]

CTA State of the Sector report for Wales 2014 (Cymraeg) [PDF version here]

Setting up a community transport scheme - Toolkit, Getting Started

CTA State of the Sector report for Wales 2010

Volunteering in Wales

CTA Wales offices - contact details

CTA Advisory Committee for Wales

The Wales Advisory Committee's last meeting was on December 1st 2014 at the Swann Hotel Abergavenny.

Forthcoming CTA Events

2015 Conference Presentations

Bryan Collis - Social Impact
Claire Withey - You me and ICT
Paul Cantrill - Partnerships
Peter Llewellyn - Transport to Health
Derek Walker - How can collaborative working help to meet the challenges faced by the sector
Matt Brown - Social investment and Wales wellbeing bond

 

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