If you live in Gloucestershire and have reached the state pension age or have a certain disability, you quality for a free concessionary bus pass.
Your concessionary bus pass makes it easy to get out and about, to meet friends or head to the shops. Plus, with fuel prices at a high, travelling by bus is much better for your wallet too.
With a concessionary bus pass, you can enjoy free travel on local Stagecoach bus services in Gloucestershire, as well as the rest of England.
Bus passes are valid from 09:30 - 23:00 on weekdays and anytime on weekends and bank holidays.
If you fancy a day out, why not travel by bus to Gloucester Quays, with great shops and restaurants, there will be plenty to keep you busy. Or head into Gloucester City Centre and enjoy a walk around the historic Cathedral.
If you'd like to travel further afield, we also offer onward bus travel to Cheltenham, Stroud and the Forest of Dean.
We want to reassure you that we're still working hard to keep you safe so that everyone can travel with confidence.
We're sticking to our daily cleans and enhanced cleaning throughout the day, focusing on the parts of the bus that you're most likely to touch.
Our drivers also make regular checks of their vehicle to remove any litter that's been left behind and open windows to help with ventilation.
Why should I travel by bus?
Feel part of the community
Catching the bus is a great way to re-connect with the community. Meet up with a friend or get chatting with someone new.
Get your steps in by walking to the bus stop
The simple act of walking to the bus stop can help you to achieve half of the Government's recommended 30 minutes of exercise per day.
Travelling by bus is better for you wallet and your health!