If you are over 60 years old and live in Gwynedd you are eligible to receive a senior citizen’s bus pass.
The bus pass will enable you to travel for free on any local buses in Wales (exceptions apply – see the application form).
The pass can also be used on the Conwy Valley line for a period of 12 months until the 31st of March 2015.
You can use your bus pass as frequently as you wish, but you will need to show your pass every time you travel. During school terms there will be some restrictions of travel on some trains:
06:29 Pwllheli - Machynlleth between Barmouth and Tywyn
07:20 Pwllheli - Machynlleth between Penrhyndeudraeth and Harlech
12:55 Machynlleth - Pwllheli between Harlech and Penrhyndeudraeth
14:56 Machynlleth - Pwllheli between Tywyn and Barmouth
How much does the bus pass cost?
The buss pass is available for free.
Can I get a card?
You can claim a senior citizen’s bus pass if you are 60 years old or older and live in Gwynedd.
How do I make an application?
Download the application form below and return the completed form to the address noted on the form itself.
To request a paper copy of the application form, please complete our online enquiry form or call 01766 771000.
When returning the form, remember to enclose proof of your eligibility (these are noted on the form itself).
I have lost by bus pass. What should I do?
Please contact us by calling 01766 771000. There will be a cost of £5 to receive a new bus pass.
Is my card valid?
Your pass WILL NOT work if:
- it has been reported lost or stolen
- it has been used fraudulently in the past
- you are no longer entitled to concessionary travel
- it has been replaced by a more recent pass
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You can also contact us by calling 01766 771000.