Getting around

Getting out and about is important to remain healthy, happy and active. Getting outdoors benefits people socially, by allowing them to visit friends and interact with members of the community, and practically, by allowing them to access local amenities and services. These activities also help people to become more integrated into their local community.

My Life Warrington has details of activities and places to go in Warrington, have a look around and see what appeals to you.

Transport options for people with care and support needs

Public transport - buses

Network Warrington operate the majority of buses in the Warrington Area and the majority of buses are wheelchair accessible. 

Disabled Persons permits allow service users with a disability to travel free after 9.30am Monday to Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. 

Timetables and journey planner available at:

Driving, and blue badge parking

If you are disabled a Blue Badge permit allows you to park legally near to places you need to visit.

The permit is for any eligible disabled person whether they are travelling as a driver or as a passenger. It allows free parking in some pay and display car parks and on single and double yellow lines in most streets for up to three hours.   
Mobility Vehicles and Scooters

Higher rate mobility allowance can be exchanged for a Motability vehicle from any participating car dealership.  Full information can be found at

Some people in receipt of mobility allowance can also use some of it to rent a Motability scooter or powered wheelchair.  Full details can be found at the website above.
Warrington Disability Partnership - Shopmobility

The Shopmobility service helps people with limited mobility, both temporary and permanent, to experience greater freedom and independence; shopping, socialising and/or travelling to appointments in Warrington town centre. The fleet of over 50 mobility scooters, manual and electric wheelchairs are available from offices located at Golden Square Shopping Centre (Legh Street Car Park). A satellite service also operates from Warrington Market. 

Dial-a-Ride (Warrington Community Transport)

A door to door accessible minibus transport service operating locally within the boundaries of Warrington Borough Council using staff and volunteers. Staff escort members to and from the vehicle and assist with personal belongings. Journeys catered for: shopping trips, healthcare appointments, social outings, or accessing places of education, employment and direct access to shop mobility.

For further details contact:
Warrington Community Transport on 01925 419988

Travel Warrington

Here you can find out about the different ways to travel, save money and get fit and healthy whilst helping the environment.