Interactive Community Transport
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How do I get a disabled parking Blue Badge?

The aim of the Blue Badge scheme is to help disabled people who have severe mobility problems to access goods, services and other facilities by allowing them to park close to their destination. The scheme provides a national range of on-street parking concessions for Blue Badge holders who are travelling either as a driver or passenger. It allows badge holders to park without time limit in places such as on-street disabled bays and at on-street parking meters and pay and display machines. Badge holders can also park on yellow lines for up to three hours, unless a ban on loading or unloading is in force.

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Help with getting around

Read our section on public and community transport and other transport options. We also have information about discount and concessionary fares, driving and parking, shopping and more in our Getting out and about section.

Search our Community directory for accessible transport and community bus schemes in your area.

You can find accessibility information about individual stations on the National Rail website.

AccessAble provide accessibility guides for venues across Hampshire.

Road and transport information for Hampshire

Hampshire County Council’s website provides a wealth of information about Hampshire’s roads and transport including up to the minute travel information.

Public transport information from Portsmouth City Council.

Public transport information from Southampton City Council.


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