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Free bus passes for older and disabled people protected for the future

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Free bus passes for older and disabled people protected for the future

 

Government changes legislation to protect free bus travel scheme.

 

Disabled and older people in England will continue to benefit from free off-peak bus travel for the foreseeable future, keeping them connected with their local towns and cities.

 

Bus passengers aged over 65 or with a disability have been entitled to travel free of charge on any off-peak local service in England since 2007, thanks to the English National Concessionary Travel Scheme.

 

The government has now amended legislation to protect the scheme in its current format, so that it can to continue for years to come.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/free-bus-passes-for-older-and-disabled-people-protected-for-the-future


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