Apply for an older person's bus pass
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.
Apply for a bus pass
Apply for a free older person's bus pass.
Alternatively, you can download a print friendly version of the form.
You do not need to renew your bus pass unless your circumstances have changed. You will be sent a new pass about a week before the old one expires.
If your circumstances have changed e.g. change of name or address, please phone 0300 330 1201 (national rate - lines open from 9am to 4pm daily).
Lost, stolen passes and change of address
Please call 0300 330 1201 to re-order (national rate - lines open from 9am to 4pm daily).
You will need to pay £10 to replace a lost or spoilt pass unless the loss was as the result of theft and a Police Crime Number is supplied.
When and where you can travel
You can travel free on local buses in Dorset from 9.30am to 11pm on Monday to Friday and any time at weekends and public holidays.
You are also entitled to free local bus travel in all other areas of England during these off-peak times.
Free travel throughout the week is available for blind and partially sighted people. For companion pass holders it is free from 9.30am to 11pm on weekdays and all day at weekends and public holidays.
By law, councils have to protect public money. We may share information you provide with those responsible for auditing or administering public money in order to prevent or detect fraud. The council must send data held on concessionary travel passes.
Dorset Council have contracted Euclid Ltd to manage the process of Concessionary Bus Pass applications and enquiries.
Terms and Conditions
View the Concessionary Bus Travel Terms and Conditions.