We run Minibus Drivers Awareness Scheme (MiDAS) and Passenger Assistant Training Scheme (PATS) courses which train people how to improve awareness and safety for transporting vulnerable people.
People to Places has been operating since November 1989, providing the people of the Royal Borough with friendly and reliable accessibility services. Our fleet of 16 minibuses carry people to school and work, to visit family and friends, to doctor and hospital appointments, making sure you get where you need to go.
Our Shopmobility service help people get out in their local towns, loaning out mobility equipment from walkers to electric scooters, to making it easier to get out and about.
The launch showed what an exciting opportunity lies ahead for Maidenhead, we all need to take part though. See you on the 23rd Nov. as P2P wish to raise the vital issues of people movement, accessibility and sustainable transport.
Yesterday saw the launch of Maidenhead Vision Community Planning Day Saturday 23 Nov 2019 - local community & stakeholders are invited to debate & co-create a Placemaking Vision & Charter for the fast changing town centre @RBWM @MakeMaidenhead https://t.co/4JJ0rau1P6 4