The NM CPN (Northern Community Passenger Network) coordinates links between people who require transport services and those who can provide transport services across the Northern Metro region.
The Network specialises in transport options for residents, in Playford, Salisbury and Tea Tree Gully council areas, who are unable to access transport due to frailty, age, disability, geographic isolation or are transport disadvantaged.
- Transport disadvantaged is defined as the inability of a person to either drive them self, or access another person to transport them, or to access public transport, when they need to travel. As a result, their quality of life is significantly impaired due to the lack of access to services.
Proudly Driven by Volunteers
Northern Metro Community Passenger Network is driven by volunteers. If you have a few hours to give and would like to become part of this fabulous team please contact the coordinator on 8256 0391.
Medical tests for older drivers to cease
South Australian drivers over 70 years of age will no longer be required to have mandatory drivers licence medical testing each year for their car licence.
Volunteers drivers have an important role in assisting residents of our community with the provision of transport to services and appointments they would not normally be able to access.