The National Entitlement Card is a smartcard scheme run as a partnership between the Scottish Government, Scotland's local councils and others. This card allows free bus travel to older people and people with disabilities. They can travel free on any local bus service, or scheduled long distance coach service, anywhere in Scotland.
People who live in the area covered by the Strathclyde Concessionary Travel Scheme are also able to use their card to get cheaper fares on First ScotRail trains and the Glasgow Subway.
Older people 60+
If you are over 60 you can get an application form from your nearest Post Office or from a Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) Travel Centre.
People with a disability
To find out if you are eligible for the National Entitlement Card please view the qualifying criteria. We can help you to complete the application form at any of our Community Hubs.
The National Entitlement Card and application process are managed by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport. For enquiries, terms and conditions and eligibility information please contact SPT on 0141 333 3211 or visit the Concessionary Travel Scheme
Young Scot Card (National Entitlement Card)
The Young Scot web site provides information on travel discounts for young people, which includes the National Entitlement Card for young people. If you wish to apply for a Young Scot card, require a replacement card or to update your photograph please fill out our online form.