Local Green Transport Groups


Calne Community Area Transport (CAT)

Set up in 2001, Calne CAT pursues three aims:

  • To improve the quality of live for all who live, work and visit the Calne area
  • To support the local economy by improving access to work, training, goods and services
  • To promote sustainable transport solutions

Visit Calne CAT’s website to find out about travel options in and around Calne and nationwide.

Devizes Passengers

Devizes Passengers is a community group which works with DCAP and Wiltshire Council to promote improved public transport links in and around Devizes.  We support the Travel Information points at the
Age UK office in Devizes Market Place and other tourist information outlets around the town.  We lobby the Passenger Transport Unit at Wiltshire Council and bus operators over improvements to services, and try to find ways of avoiding cuts.  We hold meetings and exhibitions when appropriate to keep the public informed about future transport plans and gather their views on what improvements they would like to see.  If you would like to know more, e-mail

More information available at:

Transition Corsham (Transcoco)

A community group that works with local authorities, schools, businesses, community groups and individuals in and around Corsham to develop and implement sustainable transport strategies and policies.

Aims to:

  • Reducing reliance on the private car by encouraging greater use of public transport, cycling and walking
  • Make the Community Area a healthier, safer, more pleasant and less stressful place to live

More information available at

Transition Marlborough

A community group that works in and around Marlborough with other community groups and also that lobbies local councillors, bus and train companies and the local MP on some of the following issues:

  • Improving broadband to enable home-working in Marlborough
  • Creating local skilled green jobs
  • Supporting Bedwyn Trains Passenger Group in its campaign to improve the bus link between Marlborough and Bedwyn station
  • Investigating the possibility of building a station at Marlborough or creating a ‘halt’ between Hungerford and Froxfield
  • Improving the bus service
  • Promoting car sharing.
  • Promoting safe cycling
  • Converting local supermarket trucks to run on renewable energy
  • Working with the Food Group to improve local food production
  • Putting Marlborough on the electric vehicle charging network

Visit their website for more information





Community Transport
Tel: 01380 732816/17 or 01380 732824