Travel Passes for Disabled and Blind People

 

If you are a West Yorkshire resident and have a disability, you may be able to get a Blind or Disabled Person’s Travel Pass.

The pass gives free or lower cost travel for:

Disabled people:

Blind people:

For more information and to check if you are eligible, please visit:Blind and disabled passes|External link

 

Companion Pass

If you qualify for a Blind or Disabled Person’s Pass and you are unable to travel alone, you may be entitled to a Companion Pass.

A Companion Pass entitles you and a companion to free off-peak travel on local bus services when you travel within West Yorkshire, and for journeys which start in West Yorkshire.

For more information about the Companion Pass, please visit:Are you eligible for a Companion Pass?|External link

 

How to apply for or renew a Blind or Disabled Person's Travel Pass.

Please note: Due to work on this system, it will not be available from 5.30pm on Tuesday 5th June until 12noon Wednesday 6th June.

You can apply online for a Travel Pass.|External link

You will need a digital photo (taken in the last 12 months) to upload from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You may be asked to provide evidence of your disability|External link, and you can upload this when you fill in the online form.

If you are unable to apply for a pass online, you can download and print an application form [PDF file 212KB]|PDF fileand take the completed form and proof of your disability to one of the Customer First offices in Calderdale. You do not need to bring a photo when you apply. Staff can take a photo of you while you are there.

Renewing your pass

If you already have a pass, you can apply to renew it up to 90 days before it is due to expire. You can renew your pass online or you can download and print an application form and take the completed form and proof of your disability to one of the Customer First Offices in Calderdale.

Last Updated: 16/03/2018