Brentwood Borough Council Transport and Highways - Public Transport - Bus Passes

Brentwood Borough Council Transport and Highways - Public Transport - Bus Passes

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Bus Passes

Bus and a TaxiIf you live in England and are of retirement age or an eligible disabled person, you are entitled to an English National Concessionary Bus Pass.

Eligibility

The Bus Pass is available to anyone (male or female) who is of the age of female state pension entitlement. To calculate if you are eligible, please check the State Pension Calculator.

How to apply for a pass

If you are applying for an older persons or disabled persons bus pass for the first time, you need to apply to Essex County Council by:

  • Downloading an application from www.canigetapass.org.uk
  • Collecting an application form from their local libraries
  • Calling 0845 200 0388 for an application form or for assistance completing one.

Bus Pass Renewals

If you haven’t moved since your pass was issued, you need not do anything as your new pass will automatically be sent to your home address. 

Bus Pass Renewals if you have moved address


If you have moved since your current pass was issued, please contact ECC on buspass.team@essex.gov.uk or call 0845 200 0388.

Using your pass

In Essex, pass holders can travel from 9am until 12pm (midnight), Monday to Friday and all day weekends and bank holidays.

Travel times and entitlement in areas outside Essex vary. Please check arrangements before travelling.

Your pass will allow you free off-peak travel anywhere else in England during the following times:

  • Monday-Friday 9.30am-11pm
  • all day (24hrs) at weekends and bank holidays
  • any time on Transport for London buses.

An Essex companion pass is available for those who have difficulty travelling without assistance.

 

Useful Contacts: 

Breadcrumb, my location

Bus Passes

If you live in England and are of retirement age or an eligible disabled person, you are entitled to an English National Concessionary Bus Pass.

Eligibility

The Bus Pass is available to anyone (male or female) who is of the age of female state pension entitlement. To calculate if you are eligible, please check the State Pension Calculator.

How to apply for a pass

If you are applying for an older persons or disabled persons bus pass for the first time, you need to apply to Essex County Council by:

  • Downloading an application from www.canigetapass.org.uk
  • Collecting an application form from their local libraries
  • Calling 0845 200 0388 for an application form or for assistance completing one.

Bus Pass Renewals

If you haven’t moved since your pass was issued, you need not do anything as your new pass will automatically be sent to your home address. 

Bus Pass Renewals if you have moved address


If you have moved since your current pass was issued, please contact ECC on buspass.team@essex.gov.uk or call 0845 200 0388.

Using your pass

In Essex, pass holders can travel from 9am until 12pm (midnight), Monday to Friday and all day weekends and bank holidays.

Travel times and entitlement in areas outside Essex vary. Please check arrangements before travelling.

Your pass will allow you free off-peak travel anywhere else in England during the following times:

  • Monday-Friday 9.30am-11pm
  • all day (24hrs) at weekends and bank holidays
  • any time on Transport for London buses.

An Essex companion pass is available for those who have difficulty travelling without assistance.

 

Useful Contacts: