From Tuesday 22 September, there will be new coronavirus restrictions for Warrington.
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If you are a permanent resident in Warrington with a disability, you may be able to apply for a Disabled Person’s Bus Pass.
If you fall into one of the categories listed below you may be issued with a disabled bus pass without further assessment:
You're required to provide evidence of your disability benefit and need a letter dated within the last 12 months; please contact the DWP Disability Service Centre if you need a new letter.
We do not accept yearly update letters; please ask for your full entitlement letter or statement of entitlement which includes a point’s breakdown if you are in receipt of Personal Independence Payment. All benefit letters will need to show if your entitlement is either ongoing, indefinite or has an end date.
If you fall into one of the categories listed below you may be issued with a disabled bus pass after further assessment:
Bus pass holders can travel for free on journeys in Warrington, Halton and Cheshire West & Chester during the following times (you can travel into Wales providing your journey starts in the Cheshire West and Chester area). The same concessions apply to Dial-a-Ride:
Blind or partially sighted pass holders are entitled to free travel before 9.30am when boarding in Warrington, Halton and Cheshire West & Chester
Travel outside of Warrington, Halton and Cheshire West and Chester is free during the following times:
Full fares apply at all other times.
Bus Passes issued by Warrington Borough Council aren't valid for use on trains, trams, underground services, tours/excursions, sightseeing buses or National Express coaches.
Download your application form, print and complete it in full. Email your completed form to email@example.com
You’ll need to include:
You’ll need to have a photo of each of these, or have them scanned onto your computer, phone or tablet, so that you attach them to your email.
During the application process, we may ask you for more information or evidence, or we may ask you to meet with an independent assessor.
Bus passes are issued free of charge and valid for up to a maximum of 5 years dependent on the category you apply under. If you wish to reapply, please do so before the expiry date of your current bus pass by following the same application process, described above.
If you find your lost pass before you receive your new one, we can’t give you a refund. Please return the found pass to us for secure disposal.
Please bring it to Contact Warrington so we can take a look. If there's no clear or obvious damage to the card we'll arrange for a replacement free of charge. If the pass is damaged, a replacement pass costs £10.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a replacement and attach your Police crime reference number and letter to the email. We’ll arrange a replacement free of charge. If you can’t email, visit the contact us page.
If you move to Warrington and have a bus pass from another Council, please return it to them, you can then apply to us for a new pass. If you're moving out of Warrington please return your pass to Contact Warrington and apply to your new Council.
Contact Warrington, 26-30 Horsemarket Street, WA1 1XL
Telephone: 01925 443322