Concessionary Fares

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Bus travel remains the most used form of public transport, especially by older people. Concessionary bus fares were introduced to offer discounted travel on local public transport for older and disabled people.

On April 1st 2008 the local entitlement for free bus travel was extended to allow bus travel throughout England. It means if you are aged 60 and over or eligible for a mobility pass and live within South Yorkshire, you can now claim your new English National Concession pass which allows you free bus travel throughout England. Just go to your nearest Travel Centre to apply for your new English National Concession pass on Duke Street or at Doncaster Interchange.

For further information visit the DFT or Travel South Yorkshire.

Rosie Winterton MP for Doncaster Central
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