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This page is part of the Stirling Travel Support guide and was last updated on December 11, 2019
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National Entitlement Card (Disabled and 60 years and over)

The National Entitlement Card scheme provides free travel on registered local and long-distance bus services throughout Scotland, at any time of day for any number of journeys, for those aged 60 and over, as well as for eligible disabled people who live in Scotland.

When applying for a National Entitlement Card (if you are aged 60 and over) you will need to satisfy the eligibility criteria. This includes showing proof of age, proof of address and providing a recent colour passport photograph.

contact_phoneWhere to go for more information

If you would like to apply for a National Entitlement Card/Bus Pass you can pick up an application from the bus station at the following address:

Stirling Bus Station
Goosecroft Road

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday: 0900 to 1300 and 1400 to 1645
Saturday: 0900 to 1300 and 1330 to 1615

Or you can contact the bus station by phone on 01786 404040 and ask for an application to be posted to your home address.

To contact the bus station by email please use the link below:

arrow_forwardStirling Bus Station Online Contact Form

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