Can I use my concessionary bus pass on London buses?

Anybody with an English National Concessionary bus pass can use that on London’s red buses too and travel free of charge. If you have a Senior Railcard you can get your 1/3 discount on off-peak Oyster fares.

Can I use my concessionary travel pass on the London Underground?

English National Concessionary Passes issued by English councils outside London can’t be used on Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground or National Rail services.

Do pensioners travel free on London Underground?

Travel free on bus, tram, Tube, DLR, London Overground and TfL Rail. You can travel free on TfL services with your Older Person’s Freedom Pass from 09:00 weekdays and anytime at weekends and on bank holidays.

Can you use a concessionary pass on trains?

English National Concessionary Travel Scheme (ENCTS) passes (or bus passes as they are often referred to) are not valid on all trains.

Do Over 60s get free travel to London?

In England you can get a bus pass for free travel when you reach the State Pension age. If you live in London, you can travel free on buses, tubes and other transport when you’re 60, but only within London.

Is the 60+ Oyster card being stopped?

In June 2020, TfL announced it would no longer allow passengers to use 60+ Oyster Cards or Older Person’s Freedom Passes during morning peak hours to “help conserve space on public transport” and aid social distancing for key workers.

Can I use my Freedom Pass to Heathrow?

Heathrow Connect: Freedom Pass is valid from 09.30 Monday to Friday and at any time on weekends and public holidays between Paddington and Hayes & Harlington only. If you are travelling to Heathrow you will need to purchase an extension or other ticket before you make your journey.

Can I use a concessionary pass on the London bus?

For detailed information about fares and tickets, including concessionary travel and the Freedom Pass and 60+ London Oyster photocard, visit fares. If you have an English National Concessionary Pass, this can be used on London’s buses 24 hours a day. All wheelchair and mobility scooter users travel free on buses and trams.

How is the concessionary travel scheme funded?

From April 2011, all central government funding for the concessionary travel scheme will be provided through formula grant, which is administered by the Department for Communities and Local Government ( DCLG ).

Can I transfer my concessionary travel pass to another person?

Concessionary travel passes are not transferable and can only be used by the person whose name and photograph is displayed on the pass. The pass is not valid if it is damaged or altered in any way.

What is the statutory minimum concession for travel in London?

The statutory minimum concession in London is set out in the GLA act 1999. In London, the statutory minimum hours at which the travel concession must be provided are at any time at weekends and bank holidays and from midnight to 4.30am and the period from 9.30am to midnight on any other day.