BSCTC operates one of the most successful Community Transport Schemes in Scotland, with the assistance of volunteer drivers and telephonists. The scheme meets the individual needs of people who cannot get out and about and fills gaps in existing public transport. Clients of the Car Scheme are able to travel anywhere within Badenoch & Strathspey, including Tomatin, for a small charge. Currently in Aviemore, the scheme offers door-to-door transport in the form of an assisted Shopping Project; it is also running a project using the 7-seater vehicle and a paid driver providing transport within Aviemore on a Monday and Friday.
The scheme, commonly known as the “Where 2 Today?” project, also operates a 14 seater community bus, which is fully accessible. This vehicle operates 3 days per week on registered routes - see the dedicated 14 -Seater Vehicle page.
Both the 7-seater and 14-seater vehicles can be hired for any purpose, anything from visits to the Theatre, Visitor Attractions, Social Events, Coffee mornings, Sports outings, Youth Activities, Shopping trips, in fact, anywhere you wish!
Also within the scheme, the Charity not only helps people make journeys by road, they provide a FREE loan system for Electric Scooters and Manual Wheelchairs. See under Scooters and Wheelchairs in our projects page.