Older Person's Bus Pass
From 1st April 2013, the entitlement to discounted travel on Trains within Milton Keynes will be withdrawn.
Eligible older people are entitled to free off-peak travel on local buses anywhere in England. The age of eligibility for an older person's bus pass is equal to the pensionable age for women. Between April 2010 and November 2018 this will increase from 60 to 65.
Am I eligible for an older person's bus pass?
How do I apply for a bus pass?
How do I renew my bus pass?
that we now require one form of identification with all New and Renewal applications. This can be either a copy of your Passport, Driving Licence or a Birth Certificate. This can be submitted with your application, by post or in person to the Civic Offices
. Once we have this information on file we will not request it for future renewals.
The benefits of an Older Person’s Bus Pass
Off-peak means any service from 9:30am up to 11pm Monday to Friday or anytime on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank holidays.
Milton Keynes Bus Pass holders can also:
• travel on local Milton Keynes buses from midnight until 9:29am Monday to Friday for just 50p per journey
• travel for free between 11pm and midnight