English National Concession Travel Scheme (ENCTS) - Senior Citizens
The English National Concession Travel Scheme (ENCTS) entitles senior citizens to free off peak travel on buses across England.
Passes have a validity of five years and holders can apply for a renewal up to a month before the expiry of their current pass
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Pass holders can travel between 0930 and 2300 on weekdays and at any time during the weekend and on Bank Holidays:
- on any bus or tram within South Yorkshire
In all other parts of England, South Yorkshire passes can be used for free travel on bus services between 0930 and 2300 weekdays and all day weekends and Bank Holidays. They are not valid on tram services outside of South Yorkshire.
From 8 June 2014: Enhanced concessionary travel arrangements will come into effect, meaning: Older persons concessionary pass holders will be able to additionally travel on trains within South Yorkshire for a half fare (single or day return journeys) between 9.30am and 11pm Monday to Friday and at any time at weekends and on Bank Holidays. The arrangements for older people on buses and trams will remain unchanged meaning travel will remain free between 9.30am and 11pm Monday to Friday and all day at weekends and Bank Holidays. Pass holders can continue to travel free on buses across England, between the same hours.
For more information (including how to apply), please see the English National Concession Travel Scheme - Senior Citizens page.
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