How do I apply?
The application form will help you decide if you can have a
pass. If you can have a pass please complete the form and choose
one of the three options to get your pass. The table shows the date
that you become eligible for a concessionary bus pass.
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Concessionary fares application form
(372KB, 2 pages)
(32KB, 3 pages)
Applying in person
You can take the completed form to the
Centre in Queensgate bus station along with your proof of
eligibility and proof of residency. You do not need to bring a
photograph and your bus pass will be issued while you wait.
Applying by post
Return your form along with proof of
eligibility and proof of residency to:
Passenger Transport Operations
1st Floor, Stuart House, East Wing
For postal applications we require one
passport sized photograph of you. We recommend that you send
photocopies of documents.
Applying by email
To apply for your pass complete the application form, scan the
form along with your other documents and send them with an
image of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does "off peak" mean?
It means from 9.30am to 11pm Mondays to Fridays and all day at
weekends and bank holidays. If you travel before 9.30am Mondays to
Fridays you will be charged the full adult fare. If you have a pass
because you are blind or partially sighted you can use it at any
time, as long as your journey starts or finishes in Peterborough
and Cambridgeshire. If you use it outside of Peterborough and
Cambridgeshire, you will only be able to use it from 9.30am to 11pm
Mondays to Fridays and all day at weekends and bank holidays.
Do you qualify for a Railcard, giving you the ability to travel
by train at a reduced rate? Find out on our Railcard information page.