Senior Citizen and Disabled Fares
People who are eligible for a bus pass due to age or who are disabled are entitled to free travel on local bus services at off-peak times in England, on production of a valid Concessionary travel pass. Local Authorities are responsible for the scheme and issue Concessionary passes. For more information or to find out how to obtain a concessionary pass and if you are entitled to a pass, please click on the relevant link below.Guidance on your eligibility to apply for a bus pass Concession Fare Guidance for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Concessionary Bus passes for Slough Borough Council
Holders of English National Concessionary Passes travel FREE at any time on route 702 between Bracknell and Langley. However, they are not valid for free travel on journeys scheduled to arrive in London before 10:00 on Mondays to Fridays or from London on journeys departing before 09:30. There are no restrictions at weekends or on Public Holidays. Simply show your pass to the driver as you board (your pass will be recorded on the ticket machine but no ticket will be issued to you).
Pass holders are no longer able to travel for free on buses in the Slough Borough Council area before 9.30am or after 11pm on weekdays. Holders of companion passes will no longer be able to take a companion with them for free when travelling on buses in the Slough Borough Council area. For more information please see the Slough Borough Council Website.