If you’re disabled, you may be eligible for a bus pass that gives you free travel anywhere in England.
The disabled person's bus pass lets you travel for free during off-peak times:
Our aim is to create an accessible service which is inclusive of all our customers and their needs. Visit our disability awareness and accessibility page for more information
You can get a disabled person's travel pass if you:
You may be eligible if you:
You’ll need to include proof of your disability when you apply. The application form explains how to do this.
Yes, if you want to travel before 9.30am, you can pay just £1 for a single journey. Simply place your disabled person's travel pass on the reader and put £1 in the cash chute. Please be ready to show your pass to authorised staff or ticket inspectors if requested at any time during your journey.
Our sister company, Ring and Ride is a door-to-door transport service for anyone who lives in the urban areas of the West Midlands who find it difficult or impossible to use normal public transport.
Customers can use the service for travel for the same purpose they would do on normal public transport such as commuting to and from work, visiting friends, shopping and leisure activities, to visit someone in hospital or for healthcare appointments. Please visit the Ring and Ride website for more information
Find out more information about free travel passes by going to our FAQ's section, just click below:
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