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Bus Routes and Timetables

Concessionary Travel Pass Scheme

The scheme entitles people aged 60 and over and people with disabilities resident in Wales to free travel on local bus services throughout the principality.

Apply for a bus pass at Travel Cards

You'll be able to apply for your new-style Concessionary Travel Cards, which replaces your current bus pass from Wednesday 11 September 2019.

All current green coloured bus passes will still be accepted and are valid until 31 December 2019.

Residents are advised not to panic but to apply for their new-style card in plenty of time before the end of the year to ensure they can continue to receive the benefits of concessionary travel. The old-style cards will not be recognised be electronic readers on buses after 31 December 2019.

The new-style cards offer the same free travel rights and benefits as the current cards. The new cards are designed so that they can work as part of an integrated travel network in the future.

Please note that some applicants applying on disability grounds may need to obtain a Concessionary Travel Pass Application – Disabled Eligibility Assessment form from the County Council. A Common Approach To Eligibility

Renew your bus pass at Travel Cards

This authority is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers, and to this end may use the information you provide on the concessionary fares application form for the prevention and detection of fraud. It may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes. For further information, see or contact Mr Jonathan Haswell, Head of Internal Audit or Miss Charlotte Hodges, Senior Auditor (Counter Fraud)


You can read our Privacy Notice here

This notice explains why we collect and keep your personal information, how your information is used and what we do with the information we collect.

ID: 223, revised 10/09/2019