Answers to ‘where can I get a bus pass ?’ or ‘where do I go to apply for a bus pass?’ can be found on this page.
In England and Wales bus passes are generally issued by county councils, so look for your local county council in the list below and click on the link. In Scotland or Northern Ireland there is one place to apply for a bus pass, just click on the link below to get to the correct page.
| In England you’ll be applying under the English National Concessionary Travel Scheme which gives older people free travel by bus anywhere in England during ‘off-peak’ times – between 9.30am and 11.00pm Monday to Friday and all day at weekends and on public holidays.The age of eligibility for concessionary travel is :
An eligible disabled person is someone who:
You’ll be able to check out your local conditions from the bus pass office linked below.
In Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland similar but separate bus pass schemes are run.
For most of England and Wales bus passes are issued at County Council level, but for many larger towns the local council deals with concessionary bus pass applications.
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| Bus Pass – The links below are to help find where can I apply, renew or check eligibility for bus passes for older persons and disabled people. Select your local bus pass office below (Wales & Scotland) or right (England):
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