Can you use a bus pass on the Bristol Metrobus
can I use my concessionary bus pass on metrobus?
English concessionary bus passes (‘older person’s’ and ‘disabled person’s’) are accepted on all metrobus services.
Can I use my bus pass in Bristol
You can use your bus pass:
on Park and Ride services and Bristol community transport services. on local buses starting anywhere else in England, Monday to Friday 9:30am to 11pm and anytime Saturday, Sunday or public holidays.
How do you use your bus pass
How to use your pass on the bus. Once you’ve received your concessionary bus pass, you can start using it straight away. Just hold it against the reader on the ticket machine by the driver. Wait for the green light or listen for a beep – then remove your pass, take your receipt, and find a seat.
When can I use my bus pass
Concessionary bus passes
If you have a Southampton older persons pass you can travel between 0900 and 2359 Monday to Friday (or any time at weekends) if your journey starts within the Southampton City area.
Can I use bus pass on Park and Ride
can I use my concessionary fare pass on the park & ride? Holders of a Free Travel Bus Pass are not able to use their bus pass on the park & ride service.
Can you pay cash on Bristol buses
On the Bus
Contactless payments >>, Apple pay, Google pay and cash are accepted on our buses.
What age do you have to be to get a bus pass in Bristol
Who can apply. To apply for an older person’s bus pass you must: live in the Bristol City Council area, you can check which council area you’re in. be within 30 days of State Pension age.
Can you get a bus pass on PIP
Disabled person’s bus pass
You could get free bus travel in your local area if: In England, Scotland or Wales you have been awarded at least eight points for the moving around activity in the PIP test.
When can I use my bus pass in England
In England you can get a bus pass for free travel when you reach the female State Pension age, whether you’re a man or a woman. If you live in London, you can travel free on buses, tubes and other transport when you’re 60, but only within London. In Wales you can get a bus pass when you reach 60.
Can you use someone else’s bus pass
Only you can use your bus pass. You can’t give your bus pass to someone else to use. Your bus pass will last between 1 – 3 years. You have to contact your local council and ask for a new bus pass.
When can I get free bus pass
The age at which you can apply for a free bus pass differs depending on where you live. If you live in Scotland or Wales, you become eligible when you reach 60. Those living in England must wait until they reach the state pension age.
Can I use my old age bus pass anywhere in England
If you’re a person in their 60s you can use your bus pass to enjoy free off-peak travel on local buses anywhere in England or Wales, dependent on which country you live in.
Can I use my bus pass on trains
You can use your pass in standard class on the train, anywhere in the Blue Zone on this map. You can now travel before 9:30am Monday-Friday for £1 single-fare on National Express West Midlands buses. If you need to travel frequently before 9:30am, you can buy a pre 9:30am add-on ticket. To find out more, click here.
Can I renew my bus pass at the library
You can replace or renew an older person’s bus pass up to 2 months before the expiry date of your card. We are unable to renew passes online at the moment, but you can still renew in local libraries. The libraries where you can renew a bus pass are as follows: Brackley.
Can you get a bus pass at 60
In Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, a free bus pass is available to everyone at 60. In London, a 60 plus Oyster card has been introduced to bridge the gap between age 60 and state pension age. In Manchester, holders can travel on buses for free between 9.30am and 11pm.