CDM is a charitable organisation specialising in flexible, affordable community transport.
Primarily funded by the Department for Regional Development, they provide transport services for individuals and community groups. CDM offers access to vital local services – post offices, shops, doctors, local health services – as well as social outings and community group trips.
How to use CDM services
In order to use CDM you will need to register as a member. Joining CDM is easy – just contact the office and their staff will be happy to talk you through the registration process. Membership for individuals is £5 and £20.00 per year for groups.
Once you have signed up as a member, simply contact the office to book your transport giving as much notice as possible. We will do our very best to have a vehicle available for you.
How much does it cost to travel?
Dial a Lift fares vary depending on the distance of your journey. For details on fare costs, contact CDM Community Transport.
Through the Assisted Rural Travel Scheme (ARTS) you can travel free of charge on Dial a Lift if you hold one of the following SmartPasses:
You can travel for half fare on Dial a Lift if you hold a Half Fare SmartPass. You can find out more about SmartPasses - Free bus travel and concessions
CDM Community Transport provides the below services for individuals and community groups:
Dial a Lift
Assisted Rural Transport (ARTS)
Social Investment Fund (SIF)
Disability Action Transport Service