Over-60s to keep free bus pass privileges in Scotland following a review

Following a lengthy review Over-60s will continue to enjoy free bus travel in Scotland, allaying fears the age could be raised, transport secretary Michael Matheson announced today. It follows a Scottish Government review of the £202 million a year scheme, which sparked concerns that eligibility could be narrowed because of its rising cost. In fact, Mr Matheson said the national concessionary travel scheme would be extended to include those travelling with eligible disabled children under five. He said more than 3,000 families and children could benefit.
Earlier threat of an age eligibility increase

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