Where to Apply for a Bus Pass

for Older Persons and Disabled Bus Passes, Freedom Passes, Metro Passes, NOW Cards, issued as part of the “English National Concession Ticket Scheme” (ENCTS)or similar schemes operating in Scotland, Wales & N Ireland

NB In most cases County or City Councils are running Concessionary Fare/Bus Pass Schemes.

Scroll down to fund links to local authority bus pass/freedom pass pages with information on how/where to apply, and application forms to download.

Hours when bus passes can be used-  it is worth looking at the local authority pages from the links below for this – e.g many (but not all) allow use of a bus pass before 9.30 am for hospital appointments.

New ! Postcode Lookup – England
Click on the link below, then enter your postcode to find information and your local office for bus passes:
Older Person’s Bus Pass – England | Disabled Bus Pass Post code lookup
Please let us know if you don’t find the right webpage for your area, or if you wish to make a comment/query please use the comment box at the bottom of this page.

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Ireland (3)
Where to apply - N Ireland & Republic of Ireland 8/15
Isle of Man, Jersey, & Guernsey (3)
Bus & Rail Pass info for pensioners and the disabled Rev 8/15
Middle England (23)
Including East & West Midlands, Derbyshire, Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Worcestershire rev 6/15
North East England (14)
including Cleveland, Co Durham, Tyneside, Northumberland 5/15
North West England (20)
Including Cheshire, Merseyside, Lancashire, Cumbria, 8/15
Scotland (2)
Local Authority contacts 8/15
South East England (31)
Including Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Sussex, Surrey, London rev 6/15
South West England (17)
Including Bristol, Bath, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Cornwall rev 6/15
Wales (19)
Links to all districts Rev 8/15
Yorkshire (13)
All local authority areas in Yorkshire r 5/15

13 thoughts on “Where to Apply for a Bus Pass

  1. Lesley harvey

    I am 61 yrs old why carnt i get a concessionery buss pass, have worked all my life and now they say i have to wait till 2019.

  2. George Newton

    My bus pass which is due for renewal march 2018 has stopped working when I scan it on the bus ticket machine. Please could you tell m

    e what the procedure is to get a new is one, as the one I have has a fault
    it seems to have a faulty silver piece. my number on the buss pass
    Also could you tell me if I can use this pass at any time as I believe it is a disabled pass, as I am registered
    disabled.
    Thank you.
    George N

  3. admin Post author

    Too little info to answer your question – try going to our ‘all you wanted to know about bus passes pages.

  4. mr cranenburgh

    i am 60 in septejber, do i qualify for a free bus pass? if so where do i need to apply for it?

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  7. admin Post author

    Sorry to hear of your loss – We suggest looking for your local bus pass office from our ‘Where to Apply pages, you should find instructions on what to do

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