Launceston Community Transport Partnership (LCTP) was setup in 2008 to fill some of the void in public transport in the Launceston area.

We provide a Dial-a-Ride service for all ages from villages, hamlets and communities in and around Launceston, that have a poor or non-existent bus services. The service can be used to come into town, visit the Library, Leisure Centre, Health Centre, Hospital, Co-op, Tesco as well as Launceston Town Centre. We also run regular excursions. For more information about our services please click on "About Us".

If you would like to speak to or email us you can find our details on our contact us page, or you can click here.

The scheme currently has 3 buses, one of which has 11 seats and another with 16. All of our buses have seat belts, 2 low steps with hand rails either side for easier access, and a tail lift for wheelchairs. The buses are also available for hire and have already been used by a wide variety of groups and organisations in the area. For more information on the buses please click "Our Buses".

You can also support us by using Easy Fundraising. Please see our "How Can You Help" page for more details or click the banner below.