There are no seniors fares for visitors. If you reside in London and are over 60 you can get a pass that makes free bus travel available and anyone with an English National Concessionary bus pass can use that on London’s buses too. Many of London’s bus routes run 24/7.
Using a bus pass in London. Holders of bus passes issued in Merseyside or Greater London from age 60 (i.e. earlier than the ENCTS) should note that these passes cannot be used outside their home area – these passes don’t have a red rose symbol on them.
The Senior Railcard: available to anyone aged 60 or over. London Freedom Pass: Eligibility for this pass is in line with the women’s State Pension age. People born on or after 6 October 1954 will have to wait until they are 66 years old to be eligible for a Freedom Pass.
If you live in England or Wales. In England you can get a bus pass for free travel when you reach the female State Pension age, whether you’re a man or a woman. If you live in London, you can travel free on buses, tubes and other transport when you’re 60, but only within London. In Wales you can get a bus pass when you reach 60.
Passes are available at City of London Parking Division at 824 Dundas Street East. The cost of pass covers monthly parking at a designated location and traveling on Dundas Street between English and Ridout Street on routes 2, 7 and 20 anytime.
London bus and tram passes. Bus and tram passes are valid for the Transport for London bus and tram network in London which do not have fare zones. One-day bus and tram pass. With this pass you have unlimited travel for £5 on buses and trams only. You can travel for a …
The London Pass features over 80 top attractions including Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Kensington Palace, ZSL London Zoo and a Thames River Cruise and Hop on Hop off Bus Tour of London.
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Benefits and eligibility. A 60+ London Oyster photocard allows you to travel free on public transport in London from the age of 60 until you qualify for a Freedom Pass. To be eligible for a 60+ London Oyster photocard, you must: Live in a London borough and. Be aged 60 or over.
Child London Pass + Travel packages will receive a paper off-peak Travelcard. Only children aged 11-15 require the travel package – up to four under 11s can travel for free on public transport when travelling with an Adult holding a valid Oyster Travelcard.
Students living in London. Students aged 18-years and older who live in a London borough and are in qualifying full-time education can apply for a 18+ Student Oyster photocard, with savings of 30% off the price of adult-rate Travelcards and bus and tram passes. Find out more about student travel on the Transport for London website.