2 edition of Survey of concessionary bus fares for the elderly, blind and disabled in England and Wales found in the catalog.
Survey of concessionary bus fares for the elderly, blind and disabled in England and Wales
Great Britain. Department of Transport.
|Statement||[by] A.D. McTavish and P. Mullen.|
|Series||Local transport note -- 1/77|
|Contributions||McTavish, A D., Mullen, P., Great Britain. Welsh Office.|
active ageing (WRVS, - now RVS). This small survey, conducted in England, was designed to explore older people’s experiences of using concessionary fare schemes within the current climate of decreased funding and reorganisation. Key findings • Most respondents (87%) held concessionary bus passes, with 67% using them on a weekly basis. The Concessionary Bus Pass scheme offers eligible elderly and disabled people free travel on local bus services anywhere in England. Important information. Each Bus Pass application page below will start with the information on eligibility and evidence required, you must read this carefully to ensure you have everything you need before you.
Concessionary train travel. Some local councils offer over and disabled people free or discounted train travel. Visit the National Rail Enquiries website to check if this is available in your area. Only holders of National Entitlement Cards can get concessionary train travel. Visit Transport Scotland to find out how to apply. Senior Railcard. The English National Concessionary Travel Scheme is a national scheme by the Department for Transport in conjunction with local authorities across England.. The scheme extended the provision of free bus travel within individual local authorities to allow travel throughout England from 1 April English residents who have attained the state pension age for women, which is gradually being.
Elderly and disabled passengers could lose vital bus services because of cuts in government funding, councils in England warn. says support for the concessionary fares scheme has been reduced. Apply for an older person's bus pass If you live in England or Wales In England you can get a bus pass for free travel when you reach the female State Pension age, whether you’re a man or a woman.
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MANDATORY CONCESSIONARY FARES SCHEME IN WALES Maintaining free bus travel for older people, disabled people and injured service veterans Date of issue: 10 October Action required: Responses by 12 January Mae’r ddogfen yma hefyd ar gael yn Gymraeg. This document is also available in Welsh.
Concessionary bus fares in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. There are separate statutory schemes in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland with different eligibility criteria and benefits.
Inthe Welsh Government said it would increase the age of eligibility for concessionary bus fares to bring it into line with the State Pension Size: KB. Concessionary fares for older people was designed to ensure bus travel was within the means of those with limited income.
This survey explores older people's experiences of using concessionary. The concessionary travel arrangements for older and disabled people in London are different from those in the rest of England.
The statutory minimum concession in London is set out in the GLA. The categories of disabled person listed in the Transport Act in relation to concessionary travel do not cover the full range of disabled people included within the Act definition. The Act provides that a person is disabled if they have a physical or.
There were million older and disabled concessionary travel passes in England in /15, an. increase of % over the year. Total concessionary bus journeys fell by % over the same period. Concessionary Travel Statistics: England, / There were about.
billion concessionary bus journeys. in England in /15, down % on. Concessionary bus travel for older and disabled people in Britain is both popular. and successful, with almost 12 million pass holders making more than billion concessionary bus journeys in / The separate concessionary travel schemes that operate in England, Scotland and Wales.
Disabled and older people in England will continue to benefit from free off-peak bus travel for the foreseeable future, keeping them connected with their local towns and cities.
Authority (WMCA) concessionary travel scheme works and the application process. The application form can be found at the end of this information booklet. WMCA can issue concessionary travel passes to people of fare-paying age who qualify under any of the seven categories of disability deﬁned by the Transport Act ().
The 7 categories are. Guidance for local authorities on reimbursing bus operators and assessing passengers' eligibility for concessionary travel. Published 28 November. in April to provide free England-wide off-peak bus travel to eligible older and disabled people.
Local buses are the most commonly used mode of public transport, and the purpose of providing free local bus travel England-wide is to ensure that no older or disabled person in England need be prevented from bus travel by cost alone.
the average fare per journey that would have been paid in the counter-factual. CPT has provided access to data from bus operators on commercial ticket sales and revenues of non-concessionary passengers, and estimates of the passenger journeys made using these tickets.
The average fare paid by non-concessionary passengers can therefore be. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Concessionary bus pass holders can enjoy free travel in England, Scotland or Wales on most of our Stagecoach bus services. How to apply for a bus pass in your location How you apply for a concessionary bus pass and how you use it depends on where you live.
Bus fares are similar to other normal goods in that quantity demanded reduces as fares increase. Real bus fares in Britain increased by 16% between /94 and /04 (Scottish Executive, ), whilst bus travel (passenger boardings) outside London fell by 13% over the same period.
This relationship is absolutely fundamental in concessionary. Concessionary travel frequently asked questions How do I contact the Concessionary Fares Team. Email them at [email protected] or alternatively ring the helpline on Monday to Thursday am -5pm, Fridays am - pm.
Concessionary Fares Scheme for disabled people and older people It gives free, off-peak local bus travel throughout England.
Disabled Person's Travel Permit Blind Pass holders are entitled to free travel at all times. Contact details. Transport & Education PO Box CONCESSIONARY BUS FARE SCHEME – APPLICATION FORM The Concessionary Bus Fares Scheme (Amendment) Schemeas approved by Tynwald, defines a qualified person as any person who meets the definition of Section 27(1) of The Social Services Act This means anyone who is Severely Sight Impaired (Blind), Profoundly Deaf, permanently or.
England and Wales. If you are disabled, you have the right to free bus travel. Scotland. If you're o or have a disability, you could be eligible for free or subsidised travel to get around Scotland and your local area. See the Transport Scotland website for more information on Concessionary travel in Scotland.
Northern Ireland. "Regarding the mTicket app, in a recent survey of over 1, bus passengers, 96% of respondents would recommend the app to colleagues or friends. So. MANDATORY CONCESSIONARY FARES SCHEME IN WALES Maintaining free bus travel for older people, disabled people and injured service veterans Response to Welsh Government Consultation 1.
Do you think that the Welsh Government should become the Travel Concession Authority for the administration of the All Wales Mandatory Concessionary Bus Travel.The main national public transport concessions available to older people are: Free older person's bus pass means you can travel free on local buses in England.; The Senior Railcard is an annual savings buy it for a one-off cost each year and it will allow you to make big savings on most rail fares .England & Wales.
If you are registered as blind or visually-impaired and are travelling with another person, the concessionary discounts shown below apply for both you and your companion. You cannot get the discount if you are travelling on your own.
Discount applies to adult fares only.