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Older person's National Entitlement Card

The National Entitlement Card offers a Scotland wide free bus and discounted travel scheme for people who are 60 years and over.

View of National Entitlement Card for Older Person or Disabled Person

Free travel is available with any local bus or scheduled long distance coach service.

Concessionary travel is available on First Scotrail within Strathclyde and on the Glasgow Underground - for those residents who live within the Strathclyde boundary.

Who can apply?

Residents of Scotland aged 60 and over can get an application form (LS304) from their local Post Office or travel card kiosk at Buchanan Bus Station.

For more information on the National Entitlement Card visit the Transport Scotland website.

How to apply

To apply for your National Entitlement Card you'll need:

  • A completed application form

  • A recent photograph

  • Proof of age or disability

  • Proof of your current address

You can get an applications from the post office and the travel card kiosk at Buchanan Bus Station.

You can submit your application to any post office. You can also apply at the travel card kiosk at Buchanan Bus Station but need to make an appointment.

Book an appointment

You can book appointments from Monday 5 March 2018.

Appointment times are Monday to Friday between 9.30am and 11.30am and between 1pm and 3pm.



Phone: 0141 333 3211


SPT's travel centres include induction loops for the hard of hearing and lowered counters for wheelchair users.

Lost or stolen cards

Please contact Strathclyde Partnership for Transport on 0141 333 3211.

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