Disabled Person's with Companion Concessionary Travel Card

People are able to use public transport if they wish. There are no travel restrictions in place within Wales. However, people are asked to think carefully about the journeys they take and the people they meet. It is also sensible to avoid travelling to and from areas with a higher incidence rate if you can.

You are advised to contact the relevant companies directly for further information on how the pandemic is affecting services.

If you need to travel by public transport, remember to stay 2 metres apart and try to travel at off-peak times (between 0900 – 1600).  Please be aware, due to physical distancing measures there is reduced capacity on public transport and travel may take longer than normal so please allow extra time for your journey, especially if you need to make connections.

In line with Welsh Government’s travel advice it is now mandatory to wear a 3 layer face covering when using all public transport including taxis within Wales, unless you are aged under 12 or have certain medical conditions.  A full list of exemptions can be found at https://gov.wales/requirement-wear-face-covering-public-transport-wales  Whilst face coverings may help provide some control of the virus in specific circumstances, they do not replace the need for physical distancing, washing your hands or using hand sanitiser regularly. 


Make an application for a Disabled Person’s with Companion Concessionary Travel Card.


Report your Concessionary Travel Card lost, stolen or damaged and apply for a replacement Travel Card.