Transport for older and disabled people
If you are 60 or over, or you have a disability, you might be eligible for public transport concessions – from discounts on your rail journeys to a free bus pass.
Visit Hertfordshire County Council's website for more information and to apply for:
- Older person's bus pass
- Disabled person's bus pass
- Blue badge
- Travel wallet - let bus drivers know what help you need
- Transport for people who can't drive or use public transport,
If you are a Blue Badge holder with mobility difficulties and don’t have a driveway or garage, you can make a request for a disabled parking space to be marked near your home. please see our Parking for Blue Badge holders page for more information.
Hertfordshire SaverCard for 11-25 year olds
A Hertfordshire SaverCard allows half price bus travel for 11-25 year olds in Hertfordshire. The holder can travel for half the adult fare at all times on local bus services within Hertfordshire and to certain destinations outside Hertfordshire.
If you're at secondary school and your family is on a low income or receive benefits you may be able to get a SaverCard for free - apply for help for school travel.
£2 bus fare cap scheme
The bus fare cap has been extended to the end of December 2024, a single bus journey will cost no more than £2 on most routes across England.
Please note: Not all operators have signed up to the scheme.