Passes are available to older people and to people with certain disabilities.
The pass allows you to travel for free by bus throughout England.
You can travel in Stoke-on-Trent with your pass for free at the following times:
- Monday to Friday: 9.30am to 11pm
- Weekends and bank holidays: anytime of the day
You may be entitled to a disabled person's bus pass if you are a Stoke-on-Trent resident and have one of the following disabilities:
- blind or partially sighted
- profoundly or severely deaf
- without speech
- mobility impairment
- cannot use arms
- learning disability
- refused driving licence
You can apply for an older person's bus pass if you are a Stoke-on-Trent resident and receive your state pension. This is no longer when you reach 60.
You can apply at:
- Meir Library
- Stoke Local Centre
- Bentilee Neighbourhood Centre
- One Smithfield, Hanley
- Tunstall Local Centre
For first-time applications, we need proof of your age, proof of your address dated within the last three months, and proof of your disability, if you are applying under this category.
For renewals we need proof of your disability (if you are appying under this category) and your address dated within the last three months.