Concessionary travel cards
If you are aged 60 or over, or you have a disability, you may be entitled to a free Concessionary Travel Card from Transport for Wales. This means you can travel for free on local bus services and some train services throughout Wales.
Who can apply for a concessionary travel card?
You can apply for a concessionary travel card if you:
- are aged 60 or over
- have a physical or learning disability
- live in Wales
How to apply
You’ll need to apply to Transport for Wales for a concessionary travel card by visiting www.tfw.wales/travelcards.
On the website you will find information about:
How much does it cost?
Your first Transport for Wales Concessionary Travel Card is free.
If your Concessionary Travel Card gets lost, stolen or damaged, you can get a replacement by applying to Transport for Wales. There is a £10.00 charge for replacement Concessionary Travel Card.
If your Concessionary Travel Card is damaged, it may not be accepted on the bus or train.
Companion bus passes
If you need help when travelling, you may be entitled to a companion pass that provides free travel for one other person accompanying you for your whole journey. Applications for new companion bus passes are made to us, not Transport for Wales.
You can get a companion card if you have:
- Challenging behaviours, with a need to be supervised at all times.
- Severe cognitive and mental impairments (including people who have no awareness of risk and limited ability to plan and follow a journey).
- A combination of visual and hearing or visual and speech loss that prevents independent mobility, or
- Difficulties using a wheelchair independently.
To apply for a companion pass please complete the form below:
Companion Person’s Eligibility Self-Assessment Form (PDF)