If you live in Wales and are aged 60 or over or disabled you may be entitled to free bus travel within Wales. Concessionary bus passes can be used at any time of day. Disabled people can also request a companion pass if they require assistance when travelling.
It's time to renew your bus pass - deadline extended until 29th February 2020!
Transport for Wales is working with local councils across Wales and the Welsh Government to roll out new-style Concessionary Travel Cards by the end of February 2020. The new style cards replace the green bus passes and the old-style cards will not be valid on buses after 29th February 2020.
All holders of Concessionary Travel Cards need to reapply for their new travel card. This can be done online at tfw.gov.wales/travelcards. Not online or need help? Get a friend or family member to apply with you or call 0300 303 4240 for advice. Alternatively, a paper application form can be downloaded for completion here. Once complete, your application will be processed and you should receive your new-style travel card within 20 working days.
Over 60 and visiting from outside Wales?
As a thank you for spending your holiday here with us in Wales, we're offering all-day travel on First Cymru bus services for just £4.
Simply show your Non-Welsh Senior Travel Pass and ask for a "Visitors Special" day ticket - it's really that simple!
16-21 My Travel Pass
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What is FLEXI5?
You should ensure you are in possession of a valid ticket for your entire journey.
South East Wales Network Rider
If you use a lot of buses around South East Wales and need to travel with other operators, this ticket is ideal.