CTLA is an award-winning charity providing affordable, accessible and safe transport to local people and groups.

Our Dial A Ride services can be used by anyone unable to easily access public transport. This could be due to unavailable scheduled services, mobility issues, additional needs requirements, location and more.

All we ask is that you must register with CTLA before you use one of our buses for the first time. Registration is free and quick. You can register by telephone 01273 517332 or online HERE. Once registered, you can book as many journeys as you like, up to two weeks in advance.

To see our current fare structure leaflet, please click HERE

Four Towns Dial A Ride

The Four Towns service covers Telscombe, Peacehaven, Newhaven and Seaford including East Saltdean, Piddinghoe village, South Heighton, Denton and Bishopstone. The Four Towns service operates from 8.30am to 5.30pm on Mondays to Fridays except on Bank Holidays.

To see the current Four Towns leaflet, please click HERE

Lewes Area Dial A Ride

All locations within the Lewes town boundary, including Kingston plus villages to north and west bounded by Newick, North Chailey, Plumpton Green and Ditchling plus Ringmer to the east. The Lewes Dial A Ride operates from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday except on Bank Holidays.

To see the current Lewes Area leaflet, please click HERE

Seaford Dial A Ride

The Seaford Dial A Ride covers Seaford and Bishopstone. The Seaford Dial A Ride service operates Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 9am and 2.30pm except on Bank Holidays.

To see the current Seaford leaflet, please click HERE

Uckfield Dial A Ride

For days and times on the limited availability Uckfield service please call the office on 01273 517332 or email info@ctla.org.uk

The limited service runs on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

For the fare structure leaflet, please click HERE

Eastbourne Dial A Ride

The Eastbourne Dial A Ride operates from 9am to 4pm Tuesday to Friday except on Bank Holidays. The service operates in the following areas:
Tuesdays: The Dial A Ride serves the Polegate and Willingdon area. You may also travel to Sainsbury’s at Broadwater Way in Hampden Park, to Eastbourne District General Hospital in Kings Drive or to Eastbourne town centre.
Wednesdays: The Dial A Ride serves the Langney, Sovereign Harbour and Roselands area.
You may also travel to Tesco (Lottbridge Drive), Sainsbury’s (Broadwater Way), or to Eastbourne District General Hospital in Kings Drive or to Eastbourne town centre.
Thursdays: The Dial A Ride serves Hampden Park, Rodmill, Upperton and Old Town. You may also travel to Morrisons (Lottbridge Drove), Sainsbury’s (Broadwater Way), or to Eastbourne District General Hospital in Kings Drive or to Eastbourne town centre.
Fridays: The Dial A Ride serves all areas from Meads to Willingdon, including the wider Eastbourne and Polegate area (subject to availability).

To see the current Eastbourne leaflet, please click HERE

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