Wheelchair accessible transport in Wicklow and South County Dublin

Getting you where you want to go, when you want to go

The Easi-Cab Travel Club is an accessible transport Dial-a-Ride service that provides transport for people with disabilities, and for Ageing & Older people with mobility impairments, who are unable to access public transport. The Travel Club is open to people of all ages. 

Our aim is to allow you to enjoy a better quality of life by enabling you to participate in sport, education, training, recreational and many other activities.

To join our Accessible Transport Club you can apply online, or you can print the Membership Form and send it to us.  Membership is only €10 per year.

The Easi-Cab Travel Club is a not for profit organisation based in Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. We provide a service covering the greater Bray/Greystones area, South County Dublin, Wicklow town, and Arklow.

Easi-Cab has a fleet of Wheelchair Taxi vehicles that have been adapted for people with Disabilities and for Ageing & Older people with mobility impairments. We can carry one, two, or three wheelchairs plus carers and/or passengers with mobility issues who require that little extra attention and help when travelling.

All our vehicles are fully fitted with a lift or ramp and can accommodate chairs of all sizes - manual or powered. We also take Mobility Scooters and trikes. Click on this link to see a full description of our wheelchair taxi fleet.

Other Services

Through talking to our members and realising the challenges you face, Easi-Cab have decided to look at other services and how they can help. We looked at accessibility in Bray, our home town and mobility resources.

Homelink, our partner project is also based in Bray

HOMELink is a confidential, comprehensive and friendly telephone support service designed to respond to the social difficulties that people may experience when living alone. We have been running since May 2008.

Why Homelink was established

Many people who are vulnerable or who live alone are often distracted by the fear of crime, vandalism, harassment and above all isolation. HOMELink has been set up in order to enable the elderly or more vulnerable in society to continue to live at home.

Should you, or someone you know, benefit from such a service then please visit their website www.homelinkbray.ie