About Hackney Community Transport
Working in Hackney since 1982
Hackney Community Transport (HCT) was originally founded in 1982 when around 30 local community groups in the London Borough of Hackney pooled their vehicle resources, providing low cost minibuses to help our community to get out and about.
As the organisation has grown across London, into Yorkshire, Humberside and the Southwest, becoming HCT Group in 2008, we have never neglected our Hackney roots. In Hackney, we are still Hackney Community Transport and we still provide our founding range of services, plus many more. Po polsku
Minibus hire – a low cost alternative: We provide community groups, clubs and non-profit organisations in Hackney with a financially supported scheme to access cheap minibuses - Group Transport. This service is financially supported by Hackney Council and by money reinvested from HCT Group’s commercial contracts.
YourCar: A low cost, fully accessible alternative to minicab hire – designed to help people with disabilities or mobility difficulties where a regular minicab or taxi doesn’t meet all of their needs. Vehicles are fully wheelchair accessible and drivers are trained to be able to help their passengers from door to vehicle to door.
Minibus driver training: We provide Minibus Driver Awareness Scheme (MiDAS) training, helping our community group members driver vehicles themselves, saving on having to hire a driver with their vehicle. This service is financially supported by Hackney Council and by money reinvested from HCT Group’s commercial contracts.
Route 812: A unique community-designed hail and ride route that helps older people and people with disabilities to get out and about
Mobility scooters: Working in partnership with several local authorities in London, we deliver a variety of innovative schemes that loan out or hire mobility scooters for people who would not otherwise be able to access them.
What our partners say
“In the light of using your service we are pleased to say all our members are utterly satisfied with your professional and disability awareness staff (Bruno) as well as the staff who has been dealing with coordinating of transport”.
Claudia Macauley (Advocacy Coordinator at Camden People First)