|The South East London Dial-a-Ride service 49 (R849WGY) a Mercedes Sprinter
312D minibus seen here in Well Hall Road, Eltham on 15 October 2001
Dial a ride is a door-to-door transport service for disabled people who live in one of the London Boroughs and must register as a user. South East London Dial-a-Ride is a registered charity, its aims are:- The provision of transport for people with disabilities in South East London.
In 1974 London Transport introduced an experimental 'Dial-a-bus' service with the financial backing of the Greater London Council, between Golders Green Station and Hampstead Garden Suburb. This service was introduced to test the need for a 'personal' bus with passengers telephoning a central control point for a bus and being picked up and set down as near as possible to their front doors.
Photographs John King.
|North East London Dial-a-Ride vehicle seen here in Stratford Broadway,
on 3 November 2001.
Photograph John King.
If you would like further details please call the operations centre closest to you:-
Central London 020 7266 6100
North London 020 8829 1217
North-East London 020 8498 8200
South London 020 8784 6016
South-East London 01689 896333
West London 020 8970 0090
Dial-a-Ride is funded by Transport for London but operated independently.
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