CTA reserves the right to refuse membership to any organisation it believes to be ineligible.
To be considered for CTA membership, your organisation must be:
1. A not-for-profit organisation that provides transport, constituted as either:
1.1 A charity and/or a company limited by guarantee without share capital.
1.2 A Community Interest Company without share capital.
1.3 Another not-for-profit organisation listed with a regulator such as an Industrial and Provident Society.
1.4 If none of the above apply, the organisation’s aims, objectives and methods of working should be stated in a document that is available for public inspection.
1.5 A primary, secondary school or sixth form college.
1.6 A public sector body.
2. Your organisation must be based within England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.
If you are a state funded/grant-aided primary/secondary school, a sixth form college or a Public Sector Organisation, there is a set price for your membership. If you don’t fall into one of those two categories the cost of your membership is based your annual income.
Gross Annual Income
Between £25,000 and £50,000
Between £50,000 and £100,000
Between £100,000 and £250,000
Between £250,000 and £500,000
Between £500,000 and £1 Million
Over £1 Million
Other Membership Options:
Primary/Secondary Schools and Sixth Form Colleges
Please note – the £50 ‘Primary/Secondary Schools and Sixth Form Colleges’ annual membership cost only applies to state schools in England and Wales and grant-aided schools in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
If you want to join the CTA you can click below to apply online or you can download a PDF form here.
Community Transport Association UK is a charitable company limited by guarantee. Registered in Cardiff no. 1985361 Registered office: 12 Hilton Street M1 1JF. Registered as a charity in England and Wales no. 1002222. Charity Registered in Scotland No. SC038518.