Concessionary Fares

Ticket types and discounts

Applying for an older person’s bus pass

If you are applying for an older person’s bus pass you will need to provide copies of the following documents:

  • Proof of residency
  • Proof of date of birth (you are eligible after your 65th birthday)
  • Passport style photo with your full name written on the back

Applying for disabled person’s bus pass

If you are applying for a disabled person’s bus pass you will need to provide a copy of one of the following documents, which must be up to date:

  • Blue badge
  • Disability Living Allowance letter/ Personal Independence Payment letter
  • Education, Health and Care Plan
  • Certificate of Vision Impairment
  • Evidence or registration with an appropriate association or body
  • Bus pass application form filled out by GP/NHS Mental Health Professional
  • A letter from DVLA stating that you have been refused or revoked a licence for medical reasons

You will also need to provide a passport style photo with your full name written on the back.

How to apply for a bus pass

To apply for an older person’s bus pass or a disabled person’s bus pass, complete the application form below and return it, along with the supporting documents, to buspassoffice@peterborough.gov.uk or; 

Visitor Information Centre
41 Bridge Street
Peterborough
PE1 1HA  

There is a charge of £10 for a replacement pass, there is no charge if your pass has been stolen but a Police crime reference number must be provided.

All passes will be sent by post to your home address within 7-10 working days.