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Medway Mobility is a weekly bus service specifically designed
for people in the Medway area who:
- are frail and elderly; or
- have a disability.
It is operated by ASD Coaches on behalf of Medway Council.
How does it work?
The Medway Mobility takes you from as close as possible to your
front door to the centres of Chatham, Rochester, Strood or
Gillingham. It also serves Medway Maritime Hospital and Hempstead
Medway Mobility operates from a different area each day of the
week. It collects you between 9.30am and 10am and returns between
12.30pm and 1.30pm.
The driver will give you any help you need to get on or off the
bus. It has been designed for easy access and is
All you need to do is register with the council. When you have
received your pass, call the Medway Mobility dial-a-bus service and
book your journey at least a day in advance.
What areas does it cover?
Grain, Stoke, Allhallows, St Mary
Hoo, High Halstow, Hoo and Chattenden, Twydall, Gillingham and
Cliffe, Cliffe Woods, Cooling,
Wainscott, Lodge Hill, Upnor, Parkwood and Rainham
Halling, Cuxton, Strood,
Frindsbury, Hempstead, Wigmore and Gillingham
Borstal, Rochester and Chatham
Walderslade, Lordswood, Wayfield,
Princes Park, Luton and Davis Estate.
Who can use it?
Anyone living in Medway who has difficulty using ordinary buses
The quickest and easiest way to apply for disability mobility is
fill in the online form. It is essential that you provide
us with details of the disability to provide eligibility for this
Alternatively you can download the application form
(pdf 4,534KB) and fill it in by hand. You will need Adobe Acrobat
Reader to use this file. If you do not have this on your computer,
please use our advice page.
Complete the form and obtain the signature of your district
nurse, care manager, warden or someone else in authority whom you
see regularly. Then return it to Medway Council and a pass will be
Pensioners and people with disabilities holding Medway free
passes may also use the service.