Pembrokeshire Association of Community Transport Organisations (PACTO)

Pembrokeshire's Community Transport services help people and groups who don't have access to their own transport and who don't have or can't use conventional public transport services.

On their website you will find information about the community transport services available in Pembrokeshire; Dial-a-ride Services, Take Me Too, Bus Buddies, Hospital Transport and much more. 

fflecsi

PVT has teamed up with Transport for Wales and Pembrokeshire County Council

A new service in Northwest Pembrokeshire called fflecsi, designed to help people get out and about by bus. 

fflecsi runs from Monday to Saturday, offering journeys to different destinations like Haverfordwest, Fishguard, Broad Haven and St Davids on various days of the week.  For a full list of journey options available from your area, please check the app and fflecsi website, or their friendly phone operators on 0300 234 0300, who can tell you what services there are.

Dolen Teifi

They hire buses to community groups from communities based along the Teifi Valley from Newcastle Emlyn to Llanybydder.

Green Dragon Bus

from the Preseli Rural Transport Association

The Preseli Rural Transport Association offers a variety of services to help support the local community with transport needs. 

The PRTA run a number of services with it's fleet of Green Dragon buses. There are a number of Dial-a-ride services described in detail on our Dial-a-Ride page, many community groups use the buses for getting out & about

Bwcabus

Bwcabus is a fully accessible local bus service, which operates within a specific zone providing both fixed route services and bookable journeys, allowing you the possibility to travel where and when you want, in comparison with a conventional bus service.

The areas is covers are Ceredigion/Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire

Royal Voluntary Services (RVS)

Royal Voluntary Service volunteers provide Community Transport for trips where mobility issues can make it difficult, if not impossible, for you to use public transport or if you live in rural areas with limited transport. Trips usually include getting to or from hospital or to a GP appointment but can also include trips to the shops or into town or to social activities. Our Community Transport is comfortable and reliable, with a trusting relationship built between you and your volunteer driver.