Entries from Grumpy Old Deafies tagged with 'concessionary travel'

Parliament: Public Transport, Concessions

David Drew (Stroud, Labour) To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what assessment she has made of the effect of the introduction of the nationwide concessionary fare scheme on (a) the level of eligibility set by local authorities and...

Parliament: Bus Services Concessions

Deaf people in the UK are generally entitled to a free bus pass. In April, those living in England will be entitled to travel throughout England for free. Recently a question came up in parliament, in relation to mental health...

Parliament: National Concession

Parliament is currently debating a National Concession for travel, meaning that concessionary will be available outside London. If for example you are Deaf and live in London, you will be eligible for a Freedom Pass allowing you free access to...

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